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A. J. VAN VORHES, ) 

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VOLIMIE 10. 



STILLWATER, lUII^I^ESOTA, OCTOBER 3, 1805. 



IVUMBER 4, 



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laTABLiailED BY TJIK PRESENT PROPUIETOE 
SEl'TKMHtll lU, 1^56. 



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MATtKIAL. Ilie Mc—cn^-.r Oflico l» ii"it IwUfr [.ri-piir- 
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MRITE OFTEft"*. 

[These liuL-8 will ever be appropriate to 
those whod<.' hearts beat rcitpoiisive with kin- ' 
drcU souls; but uevcr could they havo been l 
more so than during the past four years, j 
' when the affcotiom* of fathers and brother!) 
and lover* on the lonied field turned to the I 
"loved one's at home." Cut them out and i 
place tbein iu the ueAt letter tou write to a I 
dear friend. They express the a^pirutiuus ol 
every true and faithful heart, when thus com- { 
mulling MJtb a kindred spirit. What soldier, 
now at home or left upon the battle-field, who 
would not have given one-half of his earnings 
lor such an expression from a sister or a moth 
er or " the girl he left behind him"? 

j Wrll<- to me vi'ry ofti'n, 

Wrilo tu mo »ery «oon — 
Letter* t<> ro.- ar« d^'arer 

Thau loveliexc fluweis in June; 
They are uBV-el ion's touches 

LiKhtuig wa ni friendship^a lamp, 
Fliichi),' tti'uuud tlie htait-3irlui[» 

Like flre-fllea iu the duup. 

Write to me very often, 

Write In the Joyuuii morn. 
Or at the clo»e nf erenin^, 

When all ihi- day is icune ; 
Thru whilt.' the n\xrt are bouming 

Bright on (he azure xky, 
Wh.?u thri>ii|;h tlie tudln;( foreft 

Cold th« wild winds »ifh. 
Draw up thy little table 

CUitttu the /iit. and write — 
Writf to me s lou in th" maiming, 

Or write to me late at nlglit. 

Write to me titv oft'-n ; 

Lcti-rs ikp' links that bind 
Trulhlnl hearts to each other — 

Frlterinir raiud to min<' — 
Civiug to kindly spirit* 

Lasting; and true delight; 
If ye Would (trengtlieu friendship, 

Never for>;"t to write. 



AFTER THE BATTLE. 



BY KKX.T. K. TAT1.0K. 



D. C HaVKS, 

Albany. Ul. 



A. T. JK.MKS, 

Stillwater, Mln. 



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A battle and a furnace are alike. It 
is woiulfrfiil how tlull natuiv.s bright- 
en and <;rt>w curtly in the glow of 
battle ; how the .sterling worth and 
wealth there are in them shine out, 
:iliu eomtaou man stands transligured, 
hi.s heart in hi.« hand and hi-s feet iu 



brightened with Romething like a 
smile ; a few str;\ngely beautiful. 
Woun.U'd ones that have escaped the 
niooiilight search have lain sih-ntly 
waiting fur morning without a uuir- 
iiiiir of complaint ; glad they are 
jdive, not grieved that they are wound- 
ed ; for *' Did we not take the Kidge V" 
thc-y say. Thus ilid the old soldiery 
spirit of one flash up like an expiring 
e.indle, and go out right there on the 
tiehl as he spoke; he died with the 
l;ist word on his lips, and "went up 
liigher." 

I said something of taking the back- 
ward step auil retracing the groimd 
made classic by a thousand deeds of 
valor. It is a work beyond the nar- 
row Aerge of a writer of letters, but 
while abandoning it to mure ambitious 
hands, I cannot tleny myself the priv- 
ilege of recording two or three inci- 
dents. Col. Wiley, of the 41st Ohio, 
fell terribly woun(ied at the first line 
of riflt' pits, und Gen. Hazen rode up, 
with the words, " 1 hope you :u-e not 
baiUy wounded." '• Do you think we'll 
make it ?" asked the Culonel. " I do/' 
was the reply. "That's enough," said 
the gallant officer, " I can stand 



Put IWoiie but Eoyal 
Guard. 



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Gen. Gr.ant met with cjithusiastic 
receptions in Illinois, especially at 
Springfield. While en route to that 
[)lacc at Amboy, csies were made for 
a speech, when the Lieutenant Gener- 
al presented to the assemblaije Gener- 
al I.ogan, and by me;ins of waving his 
hand, g;ive to understand that gallant 
Jack would speak for him. After con- 
siderable hesitation Gen. Logan spoke 
as follows: 

Fellow Citizens — There \s nothinsr 



Is Tbi« a Wbtte ITIuu's 
«ruuient ? 



Oov- 



WHAT SAYS JEFFKK80.\? WHAT SAY8 

HisTonyr 



The following is^an extract from an 
able speech delivered by Hon. John 
A. Bingham, at Cadiz, Ohio, on the 
15 th in St. : 

W H AT JEFFERSON' TAfGHT. 

Neither will any intelligent Ameri- 
can be deceived by the clap-trap ol 
their platform, that they adopt the 
resolutions of 1798, as interpreted by 
JcfTersou, " in his solemn official in- 



_ lugural of 1801." Pray, what inter 
that w uuld give nie so much pleasure I pretation did Jefferson in " his soi- 
ls to make you a speech, but I have | cmn inaugaral of 1801" give to the 

resolutions of 1798 y None whatever : 
but, on the contrary, flatly tleclared 
in ojiposition to any such resistance 
by States of the authority and acts ol 
the Government. 



several reasons foi- not doing so. 
First, there is neither time to 
make or listen to a speech, and sec- 
ond, I am too hoarse to talk. How- 
ever, if I really thought you people 
needed a speech I wuvdd burst my | In th;vt memorable address Jefler 



thro.at intheett'ort. [Loud cheers and 
cries of" Goaheail, Jack," etc.] You 
are true and loyal men and your wo- 
men are amoiisj the handsomest. 



Gimtlemen, I am here like yourselves, 
this !" and thene he lay, blee<ling and | to see and do honor to (ieneral Grant, 
content, and the tide of the battle | who has so successfully led us throuirh 



rolled on. 

A division General turne«l abrupt- 
ly to me, in the course of a desultory 
conversation, with " If you w rile any- 



the great struggle for liberty and jus- 
tice. The ovation is for him because 
to his talent, his judgment, his loyalty, 
his courage, his pertinacity, we ftwc 



thing about Wednesday's aftair, as ; our national existence. I am glad to 
you will, don't for^^et Col. Miller, of see the people thus welcoming the 
the 30th Illinois, one u\' the most gal- great rei>reseseiit,ilive of this people, 
lant little fellows that ever drew a i the greatest (Jod Almighty has erea- 



son enjoined " ubsolute acyidcsctiict 
in the decisions of the majority, — the 
vital jirinciple of Republics ; i'rom 
which there lies no apjjcal but to force 
the vital principles and immediate, pa- 
rent of despotism." These are his 
words ; consider them ! The L^uion 
party declares with Jefferson that 
*' the absolute acquiescence in the de- 
cisions of the majority is the vital 
principle of the Keiniblic." The 
Democratic party of Ohio declares 
that the true theory is the resolutions 
of '98— the right of any State to re- 
sist the decision of the majority at 



sword." I did not need that iniunc- ted." There will be no troiible in main- i [ilcasure. the minority beuig the judges 
^.... ..•'..••.., •-• !■ . , . . I ...1 *i.„ :„..:*..".. ,i^.,.:..;„,. .i...ii i.,. 



in the articles of Omfederatlon of the 
United States, nor in the constitution 
of the United .States. Tho reason \a 
obvious, that in the original t}iirt<Hjn 
States y>r€ colored men were recog- 
nized as " free citizens," and in many 
of th«-in exercised the elective Iran- . 
chise, lot I at the tin e of 
the first Union under the confedera- 
tion, !ind the formation of the " more 
perfect Union " under the Constitu- 
tion. In the Congress of 1778, when 
the 4th article of the Confederation 
was under consideration it was at- 
tempted by the delegates from South 
CaroUna, to insert iij it the word tchitty 
*o that it would read " the free whitk 
inhabitants of tliose States," A'c, 
(paupers, vagabonds, and fugitives 
from jusace excepted.) shall be enti- 
tled to all the privileges and immuni- 
ties of free citizens in the several 
States." The infamous proposition 
to deny citizenship to men who had 
elected them was rejectt-d by the rep- 
resentatives of four-'tifths of 'the whole 
peojile of the United Slates, eight 
St;ites Voting solid against the j)ropo- 
sition, two for it, antl one equally di- 
vided, and two not re]<resentcd — so 
that it was then declared tliat all free 
inhabitants of these States werx; citi- 
zens, whatever their color. So the 
law remained ; and therefore negroes 
h:^d a voice in makmg the Constitu- 
tion oitLe United t: tales, a.s v.ell as 
white nun ; it was made by 
b);!ck men ,t.s well as white ; and from 
that hour to this, every iVee negio 
burn and residing wiliiin tiiC Uinted 
States, is in eoiumon with every white 
jjerst>n so born and domicileti" w ithiu 



Tiie m-.tiun of t 10 Bahy Tender, whicU 
VKKTK'AL and N<)i» .Kss, 's derived from a S(»ir 
' al bpnn;; in liic ( tloman ; and. unlike that of the realm of historic gr;indeur. Hut 
Will contract to deliver L^-gs and L.iiuber ; f^^ common Rocking or Swinjiiu;,' Cradle, it ^^^^ v. hen the lire is out lilid the sear- 




iameof IHiilois In truth, all the Co- ' the civil as vou did in the mUltary pe- more solemn state i)ai>er, t!ie immortal ^titutK.n was during hi-^ s rvlt..di', " 
S on that \1mv w fit to be i nod of the' victorious history, 'p.r^ Dediuation, he dechtred that •; all , "-u.-ntl bor;i .Mtiz.n of th^^ Unite 



a 

ted 



St any point on the Missiis-ir-pi river between 
St. Paul or Stillw:iter and Memphis. Tenn. 

Will also buv and *ell Lo^s ou coiumission- 

d48 Stillwater, Min. 



Wm. 

rTOKNKY 



m. KcCLUER 



is in the hi^hc.<t degree liealthv, delightful and 
-toothing. It K<iL kvi>.s tiik Mothkk from the 
harde>t part of ba jy teuding. 

PRICES lHO.n §25 to 850. 

oi'iMo.>-» OF Tin; riiK.--.. 



retl earth heaped with clay, the black 

mouths of the guu.- .^peechle^s, mighty 

hammers and no hands, the flags furl- 

j ed, the wild hurnih died away, and 

1 all the .splendid action of the charge i 

! vanished from the rairgcd Held like a 



A rTOKNKY kND COL'NSKLI.Oll AT 
1\ LAW. Oftiei» in .Mirdoek Bio's Block, 
C ostt.iit --itreet, fjtillw itir. Miiine;*«>ta. 

EOLLISr.. MU?.rOCK, 

VTTO.i.N tY .VNDt.'». UN>i;[.LOit AT LAW 
ai.d <5 iic.-.il .*K' 111. ^ti'.- •> ater, Minn^^otil. 
rii.Hwaer Ai.ri! Sh. i:!01. nSU. 

ArrOC.NEY.S AND COlNSELORS AT LAW. 

A. U. STIOKNEY, Cl-ihn A<jr;d. 

Office in Bernhcimrr^s Block. 

Ovi^r S'Jjlciik's C'lothins; Store, 
SiiUwiUcr. 511a. 

Will pay p;irtitul.ir att( ntiou to prosceutinj: 
Soldiera' Claims in thu Depart- 
ment at Washington. 
L. R. ("OKNMAN A iV STICKNEY 

FAIRBANKS' 

STANUAKO 

S C .^ J. K S 

OF ALL KINDS. 

^ ll.io, Wurt-house Trnrks, Let- 
^>^' trr Prrs-ses. eti-. 

FAIRB.^N vS. nKEKNl.FAV. 4 CO., 

1 .i L»k.> STeeU CHICAGO. 

49^Be ■: :> v f il tu buy only the i{>-luin»."1Hi 



les more usefui than a | j|,j,j s„ ept vour so;il out, onl\ Vester- | 

.hme, « here there i^ -^ .i-,,-^ and, drifted with the ;kirmish ' 

, . . , n „... , D . lin •, vou beuin to know what these ! 



uao> 1 ejiuer gn ra iuiaii43 aiiu siii>tii ciiiiui t fi Mti u^e^ , u.i^^ :^iii^.i; x ii i^ i lu tvii > v^w 

the greate.xtpos«i'.le variety of pleading »nd ^ow it louLed ; so mauv tlays that it ' 

hea'thy exe.cisc." It i, .nd.spen.sable to those j ,^^,^^. •„„ii,,.iti,„^, '-mo historv, i 

haviiij: care of ml uits ur .»ni;ill children. , , .. , ,•■ i^ ,i . * i 




From }f'irix-r> We-liu — Buow.n'.s Babv « , «. , • .- i 

TKXi.KR.-Ti.M attieteofnu.sery fumittue iv Aa**'' «* **"""*'""^'' ^".'* >'*^" wander 
nirrKRK.NT FuoM, s TKRiou TO, ami supplies the among the dull remainders, the deail 
place of cveruiiii 4 heietofoie used for tliai embers of the intense life and glow 
purpo.-*e. It ijteii time 
sewing or waihing mac 

baby. I ,. , 

I Ti />* • J 7 * n ' D . nil •, VOU beuin to know 
Irum The CnriH iiii. Atlvocate. — Biowii » Pat- > ' - ^ ,. , . , 

ent Ual.y Tender i< compact, strong and dura- W'ords nnan, | atter ttie batth 

tie ; and to those having the care of infani.-s or [ It is days since llie great waves of 

small childi en, it is indispensable. <;allant life clashed against Mission 

From 7/if Weeilt 7'WA«n<r.— Brown's Paten'. Ui Ige and swept up an-l over it in | 

Baby Tender "giM-s infants and small ehildi-en surges ; da\s sinee I tried to tell you 
the 
h 

,, r-.- n; , , 7 V n • . i :"»"! V*-' ^ 't^'' '"kc takuiuT uii tiie sU>ry 

From I.tfe lUu ttritU-<i. — No well appointed , . • , i i i-. -^ \\r i i 

fim.ilv cr nurserv .-an ailord to be without J "St where I left It, im ^^ eduesdav 
Bro«:r.s Patent 1 iby Tender. | night .at sunset, when our fl.igs Ihipj-ed 

From the li.iw Journal, by X. P. Willis.— like eagles' wings, and the wild cry of 
IT HAS COME AT LAST ! "a contrivanc by triumph (piivered along the mountain, 
which the t)est of mammas is outdone— tie | sj^^.;!,;;.! . ,,u tile ed-^O of the tield in ' 
m<.,t^unti:ing ol nurses thrown quite iaiothe ^ j,^^. ,u,j.;;,ii.-Ui, calm as - God's Ac re" i 

't! "' . Ol 1 I r IV ' Stretches tile rough \ all* V that, but .in 

From the Phrnolofficai J'-mmal — Nau!«ca , , ,. . ° -, \\' ,■< > i 

and vomiting are onimonlv snppo.-ed to b.- "o"'" ^^^^-^^ J-i/et* V.1..1 .^C ru..a ami 
insiperable ti..m ihe iiilantile state; all tliis whill of battle. tVUnx away beyond 
is obviated by tht. use of Brown's Patent Baby the ritlije, indeed, three miles out to 
Tender. Chickaiuauga Station, the dropping 

From /Wi.'.* V./yts'/K of ^a.A/on — The ^.ij^^ts from Sheridan"w uriins laintly 
latest wonder out on Bumdttay, and one that 
i-4 becoming liilk "f the ton n, i.< Dr. Brown's 
Patent B:il>\ Tem ''r, an " oninifiiiu-tioDal in- 
^tiluli^>n,"a.■^ N. r Willis phrases it. 

From the A /«<ocate nW Gimriiiiin — Dr. 




cmable of takiao a placa o/fMe i this is a government made- by white , \^}}^^'^^ ^^t.-ites) in tiie several States. 
chtoxotr. men, and thercf )re the -JaOjOuO white \ ^> "^'oiit tins guarantee of the Con- 



si.v: while at Mission Kidge one huii- 

tlretl and twenty-two l>ars, single and "'"'^ C"/ 

double, leaves' silver aiul gold, and'^'"'"' 

.si.v sjiread eagles, l:iy bloody ami lileiiti 

—the total lo.ss in the two .livisions f^E iJi.\.u.L.^i a>i. *'i^''"'*^ '^•~-^''^ | j"" ".:.." .i^^^^ \^^^.^^ ! proposition of this Democratic p.artv 

vou ever sit gloomily m your room, i i^o ensiave ine tuojuuu ui.n h. meu uuin . i *,.,.,. . . .. ^ 



I men of Sout 



1 "Carolina, according to i stitution, sacredly observed or rieidly 
ctriiii' "' have the ri'dit ' enforced, j'ou have no Uni(m. This 




*^' ":ik,'. ' itage in the great hereafter, doomed j the black citizen liom eomii^g into the 



E 



S. WILLARD, 

ri R E 1>EA LER, 

•trfft. Sfillicater, MinnruoOt. 
Medium and Plain Hoiiaehold 



M. 

iLKdANT 

Furiiitur .Mattrasses, Looking Glasses, &c 




N 



letnlic 
Ci8keUft4id Wain 

'oIklFi II w e 



punctuate the silence, but here, listen 
as you will, you can hear no sound j 
but the click of ambulance wheels, 
slowlv rolling with their m:in<:led bur- 
Biown's Patent H iby Teiidi r is liie product of dpus ; no sign, no groan, notiiing but 
many years enipl. ved in the con.M.leratlon o( ^j,^, sobbing lapse "of the Tennessee. 
thismo.Ht importa It subjec. bv an experienced , j ° |, ^ ^^.- ,, ^^.,^.,j .^ ^^..,,,„ 

practical iiliv.-oeia I, and should be in every . ^,. \, , • t i i i i 

Lu.H- »l...,e then is a baby. teeliug at the heart I looked up and 

TiitBvBvTK.NrKR.— The best of all inven- ; saw the Federal tires kiiidhng like a 
tions for Icjsenin.: the lab.. r and anxietv of liew Constellation Upon .Mission IJldge. 
moiher?, and pioi loting the health and I'.ippi- Thev Were as Welcome as d;iwning 
n-ss of her olTspri ig. We do not speitk f.om i ,]jjv*to the eves that have w atchetl the 
hear..ay «hen we .ver that of all lal.or-.avmg. j;,, ;^,, ,,^ ,,.^j^.,.,, ,.,,.^. j..,,,,^ 

health prcserxmg, slecppersuading, quiet-res- "'-.""^ " -^ 

loring coiitrivanei s fo' tiic u.-e of mothers and 



pois an aiouL? in.u o-rriuii- uioiin- ,,^.,. saiieluary 
tain route are waiting some jitH't's ^.^,m,.jmjj^^y with yourself and ui 
breath to blossom with flowers imm.>r- 1 (,,,{ ,^.^^,1,. fature course of action. But 'V 
tal. Hereby this gray rock, lay the „.],^.*,, tlio weariness has jiassed, the''" 
soldier, one shoulder shattered like a i,(..^,.i„jr8 ii;,vi. Wvn taken and the 

piece of potter's clay, and thus urged vfckonlng made, up and onward pu.'^h [ univei>e . tl...f..f,,r<. ouh Mnd •.11 the Sfifes 

' • . t ,, . ... . o ' _i _. j.ave vour bimsell .silent and unknown.-' Ihat ana ineieloie eacn ana an inc r>iai<h 

i. be inti- ' vou sav " is equal and exact justice '»ay exclude the four and :i h:il! ini - 

1.S oeauu . - • - „ „ ^ '' lion of fret? Idack citizens of the Uni- 



Demoeratic rule to live without I State, .she may eject th<;se th.at are 

knowle<l're, and toil without re- , :il»<-'fi<ly bere ; and if Ohio is not re- 

w:ird, until, tl his benighted soul, the strained by the Constitution from this 

becomes faceless, and (iod great crhne, neither is any other State, 



two comrades who had halted him at y^^y^y y,^y diligently. Yuu 

the rear: " Don't stop for mc — I'm of ^.^j,.]- ty "do, and your task _ , . u i^ 

no account — for God's sake P'>sh , f^Hy .,.,p^^rtioned'to vour ability and to all men. 

riLdit up with the bovs !" and on they ^j,,,;. . .j^j ,f y„u earnestlv avail' vour- 1 'i"»i^ (^lestion of color. 

went, and left him 'weltering in his ,.^,ic,j,-^,,,,.i, „;.„„,.„t to tlischarge the i Yet these Ohio Democrats answe: 



night out. 

the rebel camp 



ami sii;nal bght w ;is 



children. Brown'.* 
. ed. For nio** 
nested \n 01 
» and wc 

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..i.c-.WlV- 




bloo<ly ve-tmeiit. Do you talk of j.p^,^.iaj d^ty of the oec;ision, when the 

your royal i>urple and your Tyrian j^,,,,,. „t' (lepaiture shall come, your 

dye.-'? 'iJeside that hero lying there, l„jusehold shall be in order, your 

those tints tcrow dull as gray Novem- |,,„j., y^.\\\ ^J^, t.iiiiiine<l, and vou wi'll be ^ . 

ber. Hard bv that little oak, Cob , ,.,..^/|,. to .^o jov.mslv forth' upon the m^' to these gentlemen, meant, ot 

Haker, crowdi'ng up the hill, saw two j „^.,,.- i,,i,[; of existence opening iiivit- course, >• equal and exact justice to 

brothers, one womided unto -leath, the j„.,iy .,,1^ .rloriously before you. j 'iH ^^'""^^ '"^'"' «'"' .^J' ""•" jJ^"^-'-'"''- 

other bendiu" over him. The Colo-l °' - — — jtion he meant to s:iy that "allwuriE . . , , , «• 

rnoseS the krnn.;u,, ordered No IJo^s Yet.-A lady and gen- .„en are created e.p.al, and en.lowe<l |ue (o d is ]>,..chmned by .Tettersou m 
tie o tin t mo ve n " IJ it this is tlennin called at a store a day or two l,v their Creator with the inalienable , his solemn ofhci.al inauguraL I Ohia 
theotm.tomnc said. 'since to imike some purchase.s. The riudUs of life, Hi>erty and the pursuit . mapxHtule tho bbu,k eiti/^Ji«^»g« 



ted States from living in the land of 
r their nativity, and with more color of 
th.at is " the true doctrine acconling justice any foreign state to which you 
to the resoluticms of '98, as interpret- \ may drive them may also excltide 
ed by Jeflerson in his solemn official them. Carry out this project of lor- 
inau-'ural of 1801." Jeft"er.son, accord- j «>''l^' exj.atnatiou, and, if your black 
^ "people are driven b.ack by foreign 

States, what then ':" Simply turn Can- 
nibal, roast and eat them. This is the 
e<pi:d and exact justice to all men we 



my brother," he pleadi 



The poor stricken fellow on the ground dady was talkative ami purchased one of happmess. >\ hat a pit. .„„..,,,„,,. i., 

rdli.d an instant :» Ye.s, that's riudit, or two articles. When the twam Old) Democratic ( onvention had m) tucRv may, J^ 
(ieor-'e- go on u'o on!" (George! were about to leave, the acconimoda- in 177(i and 1801, been present to tell i tnne. exclude 



Pure tlJ. 



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We are n«ir mal 

EG All, which 
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URE MALT 

stern prices, 
ecom mended 



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itmilTES HOTEL, 



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N. T. 4 Xcw llaven k Wcslern R. R. Drpol. 

BEACH STREET, BOSTON, MAM. 




turned a piteous look ujion his dyi 
■ther, gras])ed his musket and cla 
•ed on. And that was Km-.Wi- ffii 
1, lor, ifte summit reach«'d, he h 
ed b.ack, an<l there, beside that 



salesman asked the lady, wliol 

l' the talking and paid tlie bill. 

ivourd" not luirchase one or nifl 

s tasteful hats for her boys. T! 

•, assuming the dignity of Quet 



What a j)ity that the tucky f rom \ 
venti</n had not, ; tucky 

n present to tell j trine, 
what he meant. Oi'iio 



ting 



iei 



Ke»* 

.Hnie " true tloc- 

vhite citizens of 

Terson how to say what he meant. » vno from e ng thither, and 

idr A+" u'<£iffi'i>OiV .*' ^.Yiy WHiTjf illen thus dennmstrate to the whole world 

endowed by their Creator with \ that the platform of the Ohio Democ- 

ri<dit to live. Now, Mr. Ohio ' racy is secession and -disunion m:«do 

nicK-ratic interpretation of the " true ' easy. Are you, men of Ohio, jiiepar- 



Oik the soldicKlavin that sleep | Elizabeth, sai.l: "No; I have only • doctrine of State rights," be pleased ; ed to adopt this meanest of all the 
without a dreim Htt ween the first ' been Married about twenty minutes ; to tell us how white a man has to be i forms of necession and disunion? 
and secoml ramn-s of rebel works, : I have m. boys vet !" before he has a right to live on this j Y on know th.it the pretense of suiy 



By F. M. PRATT. 



WW MTIONAL BANK :£ 

CAPITAL. • - i;f.:.O,000,00. 



CHARLES SCDEFFER Presi^^cnt. 

L IIOSPES, - - Vice-President 
O. R. ELLIS • - - Cashier. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS ; 

Louis Hoapes, J. E. Thompson, Charles Schef- 

fcr, Horace Thompson. R Ellis. 



■"'eiiler stands unrival- ' queiiched with something thicker than 

e have wit- water, and Chattanooga was at peace. 

al advan- j^ is .strange that a battle almost 

aueiition always lies between two breadths of 

^n every sleep ; the dreamless slumber into 

^ y. y.M/«;««</- which men always f;ill upon its eve, I 

the calm rejiose they sink in at itsend. 

Then came Thursday morning bright 
If {SllO^'C. and beautiful. You go out to the field, 
and you keej> saying over ami ov 
'■ Jii'i'iu- !ki batfh — after the battl 
Men prone upon their faces in deaf 
I deep abasement; here one, his h 
i pillowed upon his folded arms ; there | 
' one, his cheek pressed upon a stone, 
as was J;icob"s at IJethel; yonder one, 
his fingers stiffened rouml his musket. 
Now you pass where a butternut and 
a true have gone down together, the 
[ arm of the one flung over the other; 
where a young boy of fifteen lies ta<'e 
' upw ard. both liands clasped over his 
! heart. The sun has touched the frost 
i that whitened his hair, as if he had 
grown old in a night, and it hangs 
Ifike tears fresh falleii upon cheeks; 
The andersigneii begs leave to inform the where a Lieutenant grasps :i bush, as 
people of Stillwai -r and vicinity that he has if he died V.lilily feeling for a little 
removed bin, lew. iry Store from Hudson to tho j^^jj j^^^,,, earth and life ; where a 

^'rnTa'ncul'r*'^'"' ^^^'"^ '"' '""'"'^' '** '°*'*'* ' »taimM^ trail leads yon to a shelter 

- s prepared ;o clean t^nd repair Clocks behind a rock, and tlu.re '^ ;*^';;*' VT .^ i,i, .\, i^ftv as the Alpine traveler keepimr ui) a fire in the rear, and the their at-v;... ..«.....,, followimr dialomie- 

m^!;;^.,^. tnSriilat; S^* ^r: ;:;;;; ;;.l;;:n til:;? l";? :^J:I{$:L '--thcd, whose burde,., as he went, \^t^^\,X dispose of thoselu Iront.- , Government was made by w;liite men j ^•'^^r^^^fe^ 

i,e done this side >f the St. Croix, or the East, ^j^^^^.^ ^vj„rows, »s if death had begun 

Give mc a call. ^ „^^ the harvest and had wearied of his 

t>hop on Main treet, neit door the Scheffer ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ throu<;h the valley 

I & Thompsons B.nk. ', and up"the ridge, in every attitude 

1 AH Wo *k Warranted ! \w the unburied dead ; lie just as they 









riirht in the flush of the charge, a cap- 
tain fell, and two men came to his aid. 
"Don't wait here," he said ;- go 
back to your comiiany ; one useless 
man is e'nough ; don't make it three." 
Just then a cheer floated down the 
mountain as they took the rifle j.it. 
'•Don't iou he.ar thsit ':'" he cried 



• earth, and look " up to that bright ' such power in your State is hypoerit- 
GiiN. Slocum UN CorrKKHKAD.s.— ji^.aven which bends above us like i ical cant — that the Deraocracj- of Ohio 
The Albany Ecening Journal of th^ urms of beneficence, clas])ing in ' repudi.ited all such legislation more 
Saturday says: j its embrace the evil and the good, the than a quarter of a century ago. You 

Durin- a visit of Gen. Slocum at iju«t .-md the unjust. Must a man, to ! know that we have butwue cotintry 
the Nortel, and pending the assem- ! be entitled to the right of life, be as ; and one Con«mu ion. Oregon is as 
bliii.' of a Union Convention, we had white as alabaster, or only as white ' certainly a part ot my nativ* land aa 

as the late rebel SecretJiry of State, Ohio and Pennsvlvania. 



a conversation with him, in the course 



Pennsylva- 



man 



I jirii ...... ,i.,4v. .... -,.---., neoii>er^rtiioii.*i.-ui.iiii,..*ii».-*^.'V4j.--'\^ •-- * - . - -. , I'l** 

...... hr ami awav they went. Such ;of,,-,,i,Vh, remarked in substance, Ju.lah 1'. Benj.aimn, who w;a8 a Turk ; ma h.as no more right to prohibit .in 

incidents as these ^trew all the way , ..^yhatever else vou do, 1 hope you -the coh.r of mahogany. That these honest, laW-abiding citizen ol (Jb.o 
from the base to the crest; happening ...jn ..^t fail to administer a stiiig'ing supporters .and advocates of a shat- rom migratmg thither than Ohio has 
iu an instant, lost and h.r-utten in a ,,.,,„Ue to the men at the North who tered and expiring rebellion mean that to expel one ot her own good citizens, 
whirlwind; worthy, every . m;.n of^,^ ,,,„;„,, tu^. ,,-ar. They are a only ir A Z^; men, in this country at ^ guilty of uo cruue, from ber borders, 
them, of a place in I0V41I hearts. With! ,reat deal worse than .armed rebels, least, have the right to /t/e or liberty, 

andlile—Z^'.^u t.ake care of our enemies who are i-* patent to every man who reads 

their atrocious utterances, that " the 



such a spirit inspiring rank 



Sri»DEX KOE Her. — As an exam- 
ple of ludicrous expression, take t4ie 



soldiers 4^ill dispose 

was still " Excelsior" — who can won-j ^ 

der that Mission Kidge was carried in The truth was never more forcibly 
a November afternoon"? As I think ,.xpressed thjiu in the following lines: 
of it all, I seem to have the poet's *. If there is a man who eats hs bread 
quickened ear, and to nie standing in ^t peace with God and man, it is that 



and that white labor sliould be pro- 
tected against negro labor by a Leg- 1 
islalive prohibition of negro emigra- 
tion into Ohio. 

The government inade by white 



Also an aaaortt lent of Cbcks, Watches and 
JewHry conslai.ty on hand, which are wai-- 
rante>\ to be aucl as represented. 

B. ILLINGWORTH. 

Stillwater, Oct 4, 1861.— u4lf. 



fell in the glow of battle. And those 
faces are not as you woulA think; 
hardly one distorted with any jtas- 
siou;'. almost all white and calm as 
Ben. Adem's dream of peace : many 



Doctor — " How do you do to-day?" 
Stranger^" Pretty well /"or wk"." 
"How are the old folks?" 
" Quite well, considering.''* 
"Anything new in your section?" 
"Well, no — nothing very. Is'pose 



the vallev beiow, from hundreds of „,ai, who has brought that breud out men ! This, like their cry ot "plain | ^^^^^ ^ was^ead>*» 

lips now white and still, a voice flows of the earth by his own honest indus- and palpable violations of the consti- J ^^ j had not. She must hav 

down the Ilidge's^ide in grand ac-; try. It is cankered by no fraud ; it is tution/Mhese g.-ntlemen borrow from , suddenly?" 

cord: wetbyno tear: it is stained by "o , the late State ol^^^^^^^^ ^^^ ,,^,, ,„^^ ^, 



A vote* come* Ilka a failln,- *tar. 
Eac(|sl3r :" 



try. 

wet by no tear : 

blood/' 



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SriLL\^ATER MESSENGER 

A. J. VikN VORH£S, EDITOR AITD PUBUSHBB' 

-♦ ♦ ♦• 

Tu0sttay^ - - - - October 3, lS6ft 



Now Bnd Then- -A Scrap 
Political History. 



ol I himself away from his summer s on- 
! joymenls on the shores of Lake Su- 1 
I perior, Senator Rue arrived at '" 



A E>ate ConletNloa. 



his 



TJie Uiehmon*! Whi(/ mys: " There 

It wn. Dr. Wau., .e believ., who l(,;-i„ srP:«U. The ..^^^ 

ness with whu-h he >\ as met i»> mtiu - . "^ 



said " Ood moves in a mysterious way, 



UNION STATE TICKET 

/o/' Oovenwr, 

Gen. WILLIAM K. MARSHALL. 

For Lieutenant (jovernor. 

THOMAS AKMSTRONG. 

For Secrelari/ of State, 

Lieut. Col. HENRY C. ROGERS. 

for State Treasurer, 

CHARLES SCHEFFER. 

For Alt rneu General, 

Col. WILLIAM COLVILLE. 



would at this moment be the f?reatest 

)n and eve- 
itute materi 
foremost of all 

I analo.'V, we think t »at the Pioneer x\^.^l he had committed a blunder, and "»t^ ►"'laits. 
! moveshi a mv^teriou:- wav, it. " won- ' that, at the last, it was neeessary for I Commenting upon the above con- 
ders'to pern>nir-l.ut without the I'i'n U' be indentili.d on the record i fission of the Wiiy, the Chicago 



• His wonders to perlurm." ""'«*'b- ^^-''^ f »''^; f '^r "" J'/l [;,^^^^^^ populatio 

' begging forgiveness .f Divine Prov- : ^!:^^-j,::^:^^ ll^:! "Si' rvthing that goes to oi.tit, 
. idenee for the implie.l and irreverent h,,,*,,;. ".^ io„<r while too soon. He felt al greatness, by tar the tore 



Chawokd Hands.— Mr. A. B. Easton an- 
DOunceD in the Stillwuter Me»»eitgir that hiB 
connection with that paper has ceased with 
th« lattt issue. It returns to its former editor, 
Mr. A. J. Van Vorhes, who waa drawn from 
•ditorial to military life, early in the war. 

Mr. Easton will, we liope, contiiiup to re- 
ceiTe his deserved success. The Me*»mger 
will still flourish, and if Capt. Van Voibes has 
HOt been sadly tamed by the war, h« will 
"go for" this juggling kaleidescopic De- 
mocracy, incoutiuently-— ^. /^au/ Preia. 

What meanest thou, brother Jo- 
sKi'ii ? Have you just returned from 



UNIOM PLATFORM. 



Adopted by ttaeRepalican State 

Couveulion held al St faul, 

Aus 16, 1865. 



ResolvtJ, That for the suppression of the 
greatest armed rebellion ever waged in the 
world against liberal principles, the rights of 
mankind and the integrity of the republic, and 
for the great boons of peace which we now 
enjoy, our profoundoat gratitude is due to Al- 
mighty God ; and under Him, to the wisdom. 



with the canvass, lie therelore pre- jyii,n,ig very truthfully avers that "it Egypt, whither you were sent to pur- perseverance, courage and derolion of the 



District Ticket. 

For Representatives, 
ROBERT WAl^ON, 
J B. II. MITCHELL, 

SMITH ELLISON. 




County Ticket. 

For Sheriff, 

GEORGE M. SEYMOUR. 

For Reyister of Deeds, 

J. H. SAWYER 

For County Attorney, 

Wm. M. McCLl'ER. 

County Treasurer, 

Col. ED. A. FOLSOM. 

For Coroner, 

ARIEL ELD RIDGE. 

Clerk of Court, 

HARVEY WILSON. 

Court Commissioner, 

L. R. CORNMAN. 

For County Oimmissioners, 

1 St DisL— O R A N G E W A LK ER. 

4th Dist.-ARTnrR STEPHENS. 



ing seductive (!)8tr;un. I coilid only have been to divert the ' h.,g nij^le the fact embodied in the 

"If vou honor Mr. Ric. with an election to I jjjjjj^^ ^f-^jj^j^ople from considera- j , ., ^ j„ ^f ^heir political 



the dis 

rebellion, 

that the 

es which 

the Bouth 

the duty 

demanding such 

statesmanship 

of our ar- 

necessary 

and per 

petual peace of the nation 

Resolved, That having at all times denoan - 
oed the dark spirit of human slavery, and hav- 
ing throughout the late war lent our hearty 
and cordial support to every measuie looking 
to its suppression, we now hail its extinction 
with " unfeigned satisfaction," and with the 




heads understood our position to an 
unmistakable certainty. Our long 
term of military service has not de- 
moralized us, Jose])h. Like all other 
soldiers, our belief in the immutable 

truth and justice of liepublican prin- conviction that we have been instrumenUl 
ciples h.as grown with our growth ai.d ji'l'^ansin'^^^l'e .»'^,'i«^«fA'lL'i°"L^.'°V: ""^tZl ' P«^ 



Gbit. — A pectiliar kind of grit, not 
falling under any of the special expres- 
sions I have noted, yet partaking of 
some degree in all,, is illustrated in 
the character of Lieutenant-General 
Grant Without an atom of preten- 
sion or rhetoric, with none of the ex- 
ternal signs of energy and intrepidity, 
making no parade of the immovable 
purpose, iron nerve, and silent, pene- 
trating intelligence God has put into 
him, his tranquil greatness is hidden 
from a superticial scrutiny behind a 
cigar, as President Lincoln was behind 
a joke. When anybody tried to coax, 
cajole, overawe, browbeat or deceive 
Lincoln, the President nursed his leg, 
and was reminded of a story ; when 
anybody tries the same game with 
Grant, the General listens and — 
smokes. If you try to wheedle out of 
him his plans for a campaign, be stead- 
ily smokes ; If you call him an imbe- 
cile or a blunderer, he blindly lights 
another cigar; if you praise him as 
the greatest General living, he placid- 
ly returns the puft'from his cigar; and 



if you tell him he should run for the 

Presidency, it does not disturb the 

equanimity with which he inhales the 

in I unsubstantial vapor which typifies the 

'« politician's promises. While you are 



in the Uuiou 

If Senator Rue's hopes of eternal ; his'tfforts when they were at last made 
happiness were sus] ende<l on so brit- i rendered it impossible 1 
tie a thread as this "belief" of his, | do any good it he woul. 



he had nothing person-, tbe property 

al at stake, and concerning which he ually, must they be the prope. tj ot the 

had not beforehand manifested even a state collectively— to be ruled, badg- 

interest. He had ^.^.^^^^ ta.ved, worked, bought and sold 

Since liberty 



I V- i furthermore pledt,e ourselves never to permit ^yonderin<' what kind of a creature 

strengthened with our strength. \ on , it to be revived in any portion of our national . ° nhout a tonirue is, you are 

domain, under any new name or under any uii»mau « imiui.i, « vv/ fo w 

cunning pretense ; d.iermined that not only suddenly electrifaed With the news Ol 

slavery shall perish, but that all its forms, ap- some splendid victory, proving that 

pliances and theories shall perish with it. behind the face discharged of all tell- 

Reso/i'ed, That inasmuch as the existing I ^^le expression, is the best brain to 



can count on us, as always heretofore, 
as "going /or this juggling, kaleide- 
scopic Democracy, incontinently," i. e. 
if we understand your language. 



ing our counirv. into our own State, and thus contest where 

enhance its laiided value: , wiil.iu a fow years, 

millions of dollars, and i lake Minnesota what 

her climate and the riclncss of her soil en- ,>.,,.», «.,n 

«-— -- --^^^-^-'^^^"^^^^:Sr;iy'^r:led do^g any ,o.^ ^,^^^, ^^ .....^, 

while he e<ndd, and the ^^ehai-acter^^^ i« thus pn>fitable in all things, w'hy 

that he could j must it be stinted? Wliy must \ ir- 
l. ! frinia be still kept back in the march jt poisoned Socrates ; 



The Lewiston Journal (Mauie) 
speaks thus irreverently of a popular 
conglomeration : 

" At all times, the conservative par- charge upon it, 
ty, when strong enough to enforce its 
will, has been "a party of persecution. 

rucitied 



remnant of the so-called Democratic party is j^^^ ^j^j ^^^ strougest heart to dare 
aspiring to thrust its counsels upon the peo- \^ ii *i „ r>«„.T^..lo ^t" tKo Ifoitnh. 

pie in the questions arising out of the close of j among all the Generals ot the Kepub- 
the war • and inasmuch a.s it is iust and rieht llC. 



the war ; and inasmuch a.s it is just and right 
that that party should be held fast to the re- 
sponsibility of its past record, we therefore 



SALl'TATORY. 



Kixp Frienps, wc greet yon once 
again. Near three years ago, in obe- 
dienee to a conviction of person.-il du- 
ty, we exchanged the pen for that 
sterner weapon, the sword, promising 
that "when this cruel war is over" 
we would again return to our post. 
That consummation has transpired. 
The clangor of arms has ceased. Bat- 
tHes, resulting in the death or maiming 
of tens of thousands of our friends 
and countrvraen, are no longer antici 



tie a tnrea.i as in.s u....x ^ ^, , . . j,^.,,,..,^,.^ ,tate thcreasons^. „ro-ress a-itatedby fears of strife Christ ; it threw thechnstians to the ,y 

wewould'ntbe willing to exchange V| Senator liiet; to. "*l*'^'-''f'^- W outcist race I wild beasts in the Roman amphithea- ti 

one of his ten thou ..nd live mniion -^';';,;,j^^;.i,,,,]. .rom our late can-,with an f'''''^''^^^'?^^']^^^^\x.v-, it established the Inquisition -it ! tl 
rail-road loan bomb- for his hopes of ^asi, a"'! investigate still further the , armed but not enfianchisca, l»eea .^^^^^ ^.^j.^j^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^'^\^]'^ ^, 



Miss Han^nau F. Gould, the olde t 
, ^, , , .,., , ,. femalo poet in the country, died :it 

1. That a course of servility extending j^r^^ J ^t Mass., a few days since, 

through thirtv vears, it accustomed the South- -^^'"Y ""'«« \j .v. V,^A 

-. ,^ ,. erupeopleto'govern, inspired them with con- 1 at the age ot (6. Her mother Oiea 

rates; it <^'»"cinea^^^pj^^^^^j^^jr^^^,^^ ^ ^^ prepared them for young, .in d she became the constant 

thechnstians to the d^^t day when failing any longer to constitu- companion of her father, who fought 

mally'govern the nation, they should set up ^t Lexington and Bunker Hill, and 

l^'ThTthrough'their leaders they encour- served through the Revolutionary 



eternal happiness. \Vere the ex- 
change made, the nan who gets the 
worthless bond woi Id have the best 
of the bargain— while each wonld be 
cheated. 

Iklisery makes str: nge bed-fellows 



question whether he was 
Ri-publican victory ?" 



, . i,,.„,1 Kvl'"*^^" ""T ^11 '"• 1 -J -i. 1 aced the outbreak of the rebellion; assuring 

" averse to a I from their masters but ensl.ivea oy earth stands still ; it laid its paral>- ^j^^ jj^g^^gp^^g j,,^^ j^,^ g^g^y regiment sent by 

■the State? Why must patrols and zi,)g Jiand upon Columbus ; it kindled ttp j;„rth Against the South, one should be 

. ., ' -^^ ♦„!.„ tKn «1a/.*» nf tlu° fires of Smitlitield ; it gibbeted sent to fight in its behalf, and that the streets 

:«cw Boro Love for the Soldier.. ; vigilance committees take the place ot the ^hres ot ^^^^timc^^^^' Arkwright ; of northen. cities should run red with blood 

_, — , ^,, J tl»c overseer's lash and why must the ij^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ....... ....„ 

On Monday the members of the ^.j^j^^ ^^^^^ ^f Vn^niua still, as ot ol'^j jga,, slavery; it believes in emperial- 
8Gth 111. regiment held their anniver- ^^^^ ^.^j^- ^^^^^,\^ f,^yn liberty to deprive . i^,^^ ^^^^ opposes universal suftVage to 



and 



fnitimP i «ary at Peoria. Col. R. G. IngersoU, , i,,.^^.j. ,,j.,n of all of his. Domes- 1 ,lay. It always was, it is now, 
loiiune J , . , , I .^i^.jjy^ ^-iu i,e, hke a puibbnd bat, 



A common poverty or ""^'"'•;""^ ki,^'^.onunandant made a speech, and] ^j^ slavery has been well defined as a 
sometimes induces ^ ^^ »^;'";^ ^.^^^ , ,ia his respects to the men now pro- \ ^^^,^ „f ,,,„,i ,,ar, wherein one 
rurrtl^r^r^ri^^-'-i^ ^"^"'^ ^'^'^i«^^« - ^^-P-«torand the other 

attitu.le of a few years ago, are truth- 
fid illustrations of tuis fact. The 



before the South should be subjugated. 

3. That by the denial of the right of the gen 
eral Government to coerce a state into obedi- 
ence, — a denial resting upon the authority of 
the last of the Democratic Presidents, — they 
palsied the arm of the Government in the early 



soldiers. 
" This 



He said: 



imquisbed. 



is not a political meeting, rpj^^ ^^^^^ definition holds good for 



terrrtiedatthe'breaking'of the dawn, days of the struggle, and gave time for the 
. ,. , , 1 • :„ t^ 1,,. ,,;,. treasonable conspira 

fearful that the universe is to be giv- *" 

en over, with the rising sun, to iuex 
tinguishable conflagration." 



conspiracy to organize and arm 
itself. 

4. That at every stage of the great contest 
their sympathy was upon the side of the rebel- 
lion ; ami that to this etjd they organized se 



served through 

W^ar — a fact which suggested many 
of the subjects of his d.aughter's vers- 
es. Miss Gould published three vol- 
umes of her own pieces — one in 1832, 
another in 183G, and the third in 1841. 
.: In 1846 she gave to the public Gath- 
ered Leaves, a collection partly orig- 
inal and partly selected. The Dios- 
ina appeared in 1850; The Youth's 
Coronal in 1851, and Hymns and Po- 
ems for children in 1854. Portions 
of these latter works are in prose. 




We believe it is thought by sound 
theologians, that an ordinary sinner 
may repent and become the recipient 
of saving grace in a few minutes. 
The Democratic party now shows 
signs of political repentance, but its 
sins have been so fearful, so persistent 
, : and long continued, that it will not 
be received among the elect this fcilL 
— Prcscott Journal. 



gew gidurrtiisimettts. 






D 



one constitution, one destiny. *\*' :,;^;;^Y,^st i„s ^vislies, and in disparage- ; 
-congratulate our readers upon this '^^^j^^ ^^ his just claims upon the par- 
consummation, and would humblylty, because, from his supposed inti- 

and reverently acknowledge in its ac-]mate ^^""^'^ti;'";*;-*'; ;;;''^^^^^^^^^^ 

. • i" __ l»p ir.is re<'aTae<i a-' tlie oeM m.ui tu 

complishmeiit the ^s^sistance ^^ ^n ne_^^^^ ^^^^^.^.^^^^^^ ^,^^^^ ^^^^^^^.^^^^^^ ^^ 

All-Wise Providence. The cost in , ^^^ "ipport of the Democratic ticket, 
blood and treasure has been fearful — ; .j,„| ^.c, break up tli ' traitorous combi- 
households being made desolate and ! nations which it wa < believed had been 
families beggared— but the great truth 
has been establi»*hed for all time to 
come, that a republican form of gov- 
ernment is no longer an experiment. 
Our Government is stronger and wi- 
ser to-dav than ever before. The 




'fhev do not want to help you ; they 
want you to help them. W ben they 
come, tell them you can have no con- 
fidence in their sincerity till they bring 



made m advance n gainst it .,, back the thirty pieces of silver, the 
The same feeing ^•^"^^^'^^i^.^.H.; ^^^^^ tell them to go 
Convention m making the .^t^^'"^ ; " V. 1 ..w to the bitter end the e.x- 
nominations upon the State tu-ketJ ••ml lol^^^^^^^^^ 
It was intended, if the suspected ample oi umr tnu 



scheme should be carried out .at the 
polls, and Senator Rice really prove 
- . u- V ; victorious in the < lection through the 

baptism ot blood through which we j ^^^^^.^_^j, ^^ ^j^^. ^^^ ^cracy, that his sat- 

have passed, must forever cement all ■ jj^f-i^.tion over sucl a victory should 
true American hearts in one indisso- be modified by tht fact that, at least, 
luble bond of common interest and one-half of the h -arses which bore 
lUDie uouu V ^^^ remains of th • vanquished trom 

friendship. I ^j^^^ j^^j^ ^^f ^^e 'anvass, would be 

Although there are to be no m<^"' gn^^j ^vith the bodies of his most inti- 
marches and battles, the great work ,j,j^te and devoted person.il friends. 

And so the State campaign opened— 
not, as it must b* confessed, under 
circumstances ver .• auspicious to the 
success to the Democratic cause. 

Meanwhile Sen:itor Rice was enjoy- 
intr his otiuni — whether cum, or sine, 
ili7/nitate,v.-e can \ot say— upon one 
of' the most beautiful spots along all 



The White Iflan'* Ticket. 

We have heard, on several occa- 
sions, feliows brawling on the streets 
that they were going to vote the 
" white nian's ticket"— that they were 



nee 
cn- 
can 
om 
that an<l its sister States ? JeftVrson 
understood eighty years ago, as the 
W/ii;/ does to-day, the superiority of 
freedom over slavery. Hence he de- 
clared " all men are created equal." 
Hence he incorporated into the c(m- 
stitution of Virginia the provision 
" that all elections ought to be free ; 
and that all men having suificient cv 



— w p , , .„„.i,^i„ con.'stani 08 

have no voice, and whose whose ^\ hole g^,^^,^^ ^^,, ^"reproach to the humantiy and 

machinery may be directed to their eiviliz.uiou ot the entire Nation, 
destruction." ' It is worthy to serve /?„„/,.«?. Taat the spirit of om institutions 
as a model for future Jilatforms. — requiies tiiat the measure of a man's political I 
Yew York- TribiOie. rights shall be neither his religion, his birth 

place, his race, his color, nor any merely phy- 

' TTT '. Tl ~.- \\r' •*'*="' characteristic ; and that it would be sub 

— Our neighboring State ot »* IW- : yg,.j5-,vc of both the spirit and form ot our in- 

consin is making stea«ly if not rapid stitutions, to permit any portion of our | opu- 

strides toward greatness' The popu- j lation to remain a degraded anu subject caste, 

1 .v.. ^f ♦!,<,♦ <t.,tn r,i.,-criV\n(t to the 1 taxed to support, and compelled to obey, a 
lation of that State ac( onling to t e i ^^^.^^^^^^^^ ,.1,5^,, „,^y ^^,.^ „„ ,.„;,.«, and 

i'Y int ^ijQgg whole machinery may be direcetd to 



H. M. CRANDAll 



DEALER IN 






is yet incomplete. Grave questions 
are to arise, requring even greater 
statesmanship than during the pro- 
gress of the war. We need not as- 
sure our readers that these questions 
will be discussed through the Messen- 

ger with boldness, and with wh.ate ver. ^^.^ , ,^,,, -,f Lake Supe- 

ability we can bring to bear upon, ^.^^« Bayfield, sheltered behind the 
them. We still adhere to our life- Apostle Islands, i > certainly a delight- 
lont' principles of Governmental poll- fui place to si.eiul a quiet summer, as 
" !_:, .1.,. _:=^ wv-.^„.««a anrl trr- 1 tho pountrT anv vhcrc aflbrds. And 



with, and attachment to the commu 
nity, have the right of suffrage, and 
cannot bo taxed or deprived of their 

no" black amalgamationists," Ac, &c. | property for public uses without their 
Now, it only costs half a dollar forj ^^.^^ consent, or that of their repre- 

an oflicial attidavit, and five cents for Lpn^atiygs ^q elected, nor bound by 

a revenue stamp, and we hereby obli- • ^ny law to which they have not in 

gate ourself to j.ay the fifty-five cents ijj."^, manner assented." 

to each of these fellows if they will 

go before the Clerk of the Court or a 

civil magistrate and swear that their 

mother was not a " white icoman of 

African descent:'' We will not re- 

fli-ct upon their fathers, for fear of a 



census of 1800, was 775,020. „^,j^ „„„.^ 

recent State census it is ascertained | rheTrdestniction. 

that the increase during five vears is Resolved, That in the cruel murder <rf the 

fl.V227 or about 12 per cent. This late Executive of tlie United States, Abraham 

"^'•'■"' . ..', 1 ,i,„.:„„ ti,o Lincoln, wc recognize tbe natural result of the 

rateot increase coimnued <^>»!>"g the j .^^^ ^^.^^.n^^,^ ^^ ^^,^ ^^j,^,,;^^^ ^^j^,, 

next five years would give V\ isconsm [ 'f^i,i„g ^^ jestrov the life of the nation, struck 
idenee of permanent common interest \ a populat'ion of nearly a round million, jo^^, ^^ ablest, most trusted and best beloved 

The census also shows that the total j reprcBentative ; and we pledge ourselves to 
of monevsand funds levied by tax gather from his martyrdom new devotion to 
01 iinMu > i' a .„,:^t;/^« f^r thp the great principles he so well maintained, and 

and raised by sub.scription l"'" the , .^ ^b^^^ J ^^ ^^.^.j^ ^^ p^^j^j^^^ 

payment of bounties m the whole | ^,^^,^/ jhat we tender to the officers and 
State is %7,589, 1 55,26. 1 his is a goijigrs who have so gallantly susuinea the 



larire sum, but when divided among 
the" eight hundred and si.xty-eight 
thousand inh.abitants of the State, it 
is considerably less than nine dollars 
per capita. The greater^ portion of 



That clause fairly carried out to- j this is already paid. Wisconsin is 
av would give the baUot to the m.aking very tair progress in popub 
'-^ " tion, considering that thousands u- 



pv ; while the rise, progress and ter- ' the country 

^ ' -. 1 V IV u ^*\\\ thus so far as t e matter of taste 

mination of the rebellion have stilL ^niis, . o lar 

uj^^yiJlUy confirmed us in their truth. 

heretofore 



concerned, we must commend 
Senator for choomig it as a spot 
which to whilf^ .aA.-y bi=^ Congres^i 
be advocated without teaViC Rebels |,,i vication. Bu . as a j«pot to ^xa.^-.' 



tiirht with the sons. 



A coRREsroNOKNT of tlic Lake 
Citv Lcadtr, who has investigated the ly than by 



day 
negro." 

The Scientifc Anerican says : — 
" The unpleasant odor i)roduced by 
]>erspiration is frequently the source 
of vexation to persons who are sub- 
ject to it. Nothing is simpler _than to 



thousands of her citizens, hi' 
learned of the superior advant 
Minnesota, are yearly coming o» 
this State to settle and remain. . 
and by we shall outstrip the Badgers, 
notwithstanding the disparity between 



honor of our State and the nation in the late 
war, our heartfelt and profound thanks ; their 
services and sufferings will ever be borne in 
remembrance by a gratelul people' while the 
n °8 of the gallant dead will be chjrished »8 
■"udest legacy which can be left to inspire 
^t posterity. 

.ed, That the existence of an Imperial 
.inient, sustained by foreign bayoneU, 
i the soil of our sister republic of Mexico 
A violation of the established policy of our 
lation, and a constant threat against its insti- 
tutions and integrity, and we demand that our 
Government shall take such steps as will lead 
to the prompt withdrawal of the invaders 



RexolveiJ, That the present financial condi- 
tion of the cou - demands that the atrictest 
economy sho u;^'^^ -""ii in the admi"' 

—The Albany Evenifig Journal tr^uon of h^ .^^^ ^^^<> . f^"al 



JDye Siufms 

OF EVERY DESCltlPTION, 

PATENT MEDlCllS &C., 

A LARGE 

And Complete Stock 

IjIJTSEED OIL9 

VARNISHES, BENZOLE, BRUSHES 

White Lead, 

WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, MANU- 

FACTUllEItS' STOCK, SOAP-MA- 

KEKS' & TANNERS' STOCK, 

CHOI OIL m m auoil 

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY 
COMPOUNDED. 

Term« Caih, — '""i Uw. 

Stillwater, Oct. 8, 1866. __ ^ r,: — v_.: — ^ 




I I 



These principiv^li '1* 



Wll 



Copperheads in iW | In* obligations, a id perform his du- 
* ' 1 tie-: to the Dcnio.ratic party of Alin- 



in tke front, or 

tie 
***^* , _ nesota, "it was on , , - 

To Messrs. Sticknky & Lasto>-,| ^^^.^^ ^j^^. ^^.^j^^^r could have selected. : regula 
-who conducted the Me.sskxoer du-j y^j. the Democricy have felt that Sen- 1 from each otlier 
ring the first year auid a half of our , ator liice stood i 
A. R Easton, Esq., I ing them s^ome 

sustained hini 



'remove this odor much more cflFectufil- , our yonTH.— Winona liepublican 
the afiplication of such 
in use 
ocure some 
ammoni 
two table-siioonfuls' expresses himself in this language : made to bear a less rate of interest than" 

Uer. Wa.shing the '.I^, ..^oval-the great mass of us-far 1 PrA?.*: -^i'lt^'i' IrA^J!,'''^ 

more loyal than some of your own people, 



the su Meet of the mounds found on the ' on^nents and perfumes a. are muse. _The Albany f ^'^«'«^^. '^j^'Xd 1 --^^^ 
It ill 1X0? the Mississippi, and especi-i It Is only necessary to procure some says th.it the son of a ^.''\\''^ir;^^y v.m.hed ^c^^^^^^^ 
\ . ! ; ,,.; 1 T .l,. P..oin .Mves it as I of the compound spirits of ammonia Southern statesman, now in the North, j, ^ indebtoJ.?.'i«/.tiie-n.^...r_°5 ..aR..fcha> 
sion- I ally .around Lake 1 ei n, i:i\ts u •'" '^" " ^ ' ,J„ »„i.i„ ....^,..,fi,i«l .„„„ i.;..,e,.u- ;« tl.;« Irmmincm : .«.,io m h..ar a less rate of interest thai 

1 his opinion that Lake City is built up- and place .about 

- ' on the site of an anoiev.t fortified In- m a basin ol w: 



KE THIS niETHOD OF 

my old friends and customers and 
iiic generally, that I have 

StE'OPEJyEMfy 

1 Stan*— SAWTKR HOUSE 
ING>— tnrner of Mjrtio and Second atreetc^ 



You can 



t b;rr°aXrd'trt"rustTtbr?oa ! W.«/., TUaL -ehe administration ofthcgen-l ^rc'^^'^r^'^^Llli:^^ "^ '"^ ' ''""'' 



rrablc copp 



ripcrheadf.. Tb-i"; VA. ^^i government during the past five year*, in 1 
ui' mr ir.r»h. Ua<\ it j jj,, |,^j,£ig of the late lamented President, 



and GOOD aswr-^roent of 



absence, and to 

who has since that time had exclusive 

<!ontrol of its columns an 

we return our sincere thank' 

satisfactory manner in 

duties have been performed. 



of taxation shall be removed 

,. . ,,,./-" r^?.;x^^ ' " 

couu/ have'ieleTS '; rlgX! andVhe 'mounds equi-distant' one could wV... '';^^;'^'^'' ';;• /"'^^^^^ vTestTLourings o.' il^ ir.r»h- Ha.^ j; j ^, -j^^ds of the la^ lamented President, | (^T>( \CWt TTT^ 

*^ The mounds are ly harmless ami \ery cheap. " is , ^^^ ^^^^ ^.^^ ^j^^,^ ^^ ^j^^^jj ^^j ^ave rushed : Abraham Lincoln, and in the hands of the | VjTl-VV/ Vy-tlilVliLO 

authority 01 ^^^ 1 jjjto war. And yet they have the impudence present executive, Andrew Johnson, in all; \ 

! to come to us, claiming" to be orir friends, ad- i their efforts to preserve the Union and the 
cliss of men vising us to be stiff-necked, and asking us to liberties of the country, meets with our hearty 
strike hands with them and form a new alii- approval and Concurrence. 



[•r:iCV nave leii mat oeii- iroiu eavrii wmv.. - ••- - „ ^„ ti,r» „„t 

1 i n 'the attitude of ow- 1 composed entirely of turf and surface commended ;" tl'^' »",'^ 

orvice. They had \ earth, and in no ca.se have there been ^ experienced ph) sician. 
throuirh a long number ; any human bones found in them, with , We advise a certain 



? 



TrustincT that our intercourse with 



our readers in the future will be as 

pies 

enter upon the w 



I ha l advanced him from | one exception, which, in his opinion, ,^,^^ perspired most profusely in con- 1 ^^^e. The vipers ! They have cheated us 

■ - • ' -. ,^...-. T...,* r fftorR of 1 draft once ; they will never cheat us again. We 

ate *»"'^«^^a^»«"^^^,;ther trust the vilest abolitionist that 
periment. They need ^_,.^j. fowled and hounded us down, than the 
prescription is best of them." 

The action of the Republican 

State Convention of New York, on 
Wednesday, appears to have been 




ficiary cou d render for these ! tliis ware having been found, besides j cheap 
hi-h marks of tl eir tavor, was the ac- large smooth stones used to grmd the 
tiAX' enen'etic support of the party clay. The writer, judging from the 
pleasant as it was in the pa.st, we re- in its seasons of peril. These claims ! absence of human remains, the man- 
ork before us with j were urged upon the 



CiiAXGK OF To-NE.— The New 



Resolved, That in behalf of the people of Min- 
nesota, we thank the present executive o( the 
State, his excellency Stephen Miller, and the 
officers associated with him in the State gov- 
ernment, for the able, faithful and efficient 



CROCKERY WAREy ^ 

DOMESTIC DRY GOObs, 
HATS AND CAPS, 

BOOTS AND s;Ra^iS>, 
and all articles usually found in a gcoenl 



manner m 



which they' have discharged the I Store in this country, which I will aell 



Senator, 



„ , „ « thev were not r-.sponded to either by 

high anticipations of the future of our ^ ^;^,,^.,,^, ,,, i,\, pen. Hobnob- 

1 , ,fc. A* 4I 



The writer, judging from the ^ ^^ „„„:,.,„..„..„ .^..„.. „^ „.^ 

* iiains, the man- York TForWhas recently become a ],oth harmonious and jirompt. The gtal^'legrsVatbnTs^'hairabu^^^^^ 
but ner of construction of the tumuli, ana ^^j^^^^^ ^^^^^^j^^ of President John- i following ticket was placed in nomi- neces-Mties of the disabled soldiers of this State 



duties of their respective offices 

Resolved, That in the event of the failure of 
proper national action, we are in favor of such 



city, county and State. 

A. J. VAN VORHES 



bing with <ific» rs of the revenue se 
vice, or catch ng white fish in La 
Point bay, or 



there- i 
fore of the opinion that it was built 



the whole plan of the town, is ^ ^^^ 



Here is what it said about a | nation ; 



We cannot censure a man in busi- 
ness who does not advertise if he has 



. . year ago of Andrew Johnson: j Secretary 0/ Stnte—Gen. Fiancis C. Bar- 

ir- bv the aborigines as a detense against ,, ^,^^ ^, ^^^.^j^ ^.^ p^n discover , jow. „ „.„^ . . 

.„ „ -La; their enemies— in which view the I .^ ^j^^^ ^^^^-^^^^^ ^^^.tet igthe merit of | Compirollcr-Thos. H. H.llhouM, of On- 

trout in Raspberry State Historical i^ociety are said to | ^^^^^^^^^^^^ .j^ j^ ^j, ^,f ^ piece ; the tar.a^^^_^^^^^^j^^^ 
JS.in Vireinia there are thirtv-nine creek, were raoi e congenial occupa- , coincide.— TF7/io/ia 7ff/>"0m««. | tail does not sh.ame the head, nor the ^^^^ of Court 0/ .i^jp'-o/*— Long term— nothing worth advertising ; but read- 

didates announced for Conjrress.tions than the tt iling labors of a cam- j Such being the case, we do notj)ro- j jjead the tail. A rail-8^>litting buffoon ^ Ward'Hunt.^of^ntano. _ ^_ ers must know that the businessman' 

I^"thc fir»«t district, five ; second, five ; paign, in defence of a party which taking stock 

jninciirrt „^., - fj^^ i^>^^,,i him f om nothingness into » * 



and the orphans of those who have perished 
in the course of the war. 



There was a time 



in Lake City. : and a boorish tailor, Wh from the T Vu*,* 0/ Co-rt ^/>peaZ,-Short term-John 
when we admire'd backwoods, both growing i.p in un- i K. Porter, of Albany. 



third six; fourth, seven ; fifth, five; ,. ^. ■ -, 1 

sixth, three ; seventh, six ; and eighth, tame, and in support ot triemls who, 

two. Several o 

<wnressed their coiiieiupi !"• m"- ^^•' m tw iii"«»>- "» • — - i . < •'- o ■ . t, ^a^ .^..g,... ^^..~ ... , j 

X^L-Wil oath required of members, stairway by which he has mounted ^ent as the above would consign an- strains as Dean Switt bestowed on 

and 
take 



two Several of the candidates have in their generous devotion, had stoop- 1 that gem 

ressed their contempt for the con- ed to make of tiems ' 

isional oath required of members, stairway by which 1 

ueclar»*d themselves unwilling to upward to plac. and 

vises these parties to retire fromthe;and the campaign with it, until the Why don't you deny -the 



who throws out his sign in a newspa- ] 

«»-u.=".v.. . w - - per, and is not a.shamed of his stock! 

s a nme """;" ""^ ""'""^'' . „„uth itrnorance, they would afford a | ' ~ , ,., \ T* \ xt of eoods. can always furnish better 

of Pepin, and loved many ot ^^•'4^nubj;ct for a satiric poet, . "The C-^.^^^I^SII'^mI"!^*; i qu^itLs ' at lower^ prices than those 



robbedon Monday of i <l"aJiti«; 



ssed their contempt tor the con- ,.d to make of tiemselves steps in the ; its good denizens ; ^«^ ;;'«^_ ^ J*_^"^^- who might ,^t'l«'b'-«te J^;^<:,™2"J"^^ '^^^^^^^^ ^^"""' ' 

rities. A reward of *30,000 is offered 



irressional oath required 01 memoer>, stairway i,^ w i..l.. ..^ ....o .^ ^^.^^ 

End declared themselves unwilling to upward to plac. and power. , . 

frkeit The Richmond TFA^y ^d- And - the -ason Pass^l, t^^^^ 



Jerusalem to eternal infamy. ! Whitson and Ditton, or Aristophanes nties 



A ;i ^*- *in onn i« nfFai-u^ ' ousness, never let the public know | 

A reward of *30,000 is offered i^j^^^ ' ^^^.^^ ^^ ^^^t they are 



27th of Septem )er, when, having torn peachment, Mr. Ltaa&r . 



olus.' 




cheap as the cheapest 

FOR C^SH. 

Old Customers and all others are cordially 
invited to call and examine our stock. 

Mr JOTHAM LOWELL, so well known to 
all my old customer*, will *ct as my agen» for 
the present, which is a sufficient assurance 

that all comers will be well treated. 

*° WILLIAM TIBBETTS. 

Stillwater, Oct. 4th, 1868. 

^Tbratjn, 

DEALER I H 

Cigars, Pipes and Tobacco. 

Main street, Stillwater, Mia. 

G 



1.; 



ARDEN SEEDS, Briggs A Bro'j, 
Bter, just receivftQ by express. 



V 



Jtwif iiiiiiiitiiiiiiii iinii ill 



Pptmi and pi$r(Uanrott$ |l^u;!9i. 



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SVfERMOK JOB ^RM,n*t,T€i. 



BoRACK Gbiiliy im IIvdson aud Stillwa- 
TtR. — Mr. Orc«lr « }cept«d an in UtioQ from 
the citizens of Bullion during bii visit to our 
State Fair, and ast Saturday addressed a 



H»»ing added to our fortrwr Urg* tt.<k of JOBBING ' >»«¥« cotcourse of citiiens of Wisconsin and 
MATERIAL. (h« Mewrnser Offic« If now hotter prep«r. Minnesota at the f ir grounds near that citjr. 
•d th»n eT*r before to •xecnte «ii kind* oJ PLAIN aod yuite a large deleg ition from this eity went 

Oi.rm.teri.i..r«mo,tiyn*. and our faciiiti.. fore,. Mr. GreeW's topic was the Condition of the 
koUd; all kind« of work are ample. We can now torn country— no t Sgr culture. He presented a 
Doi work that will masterly review of the late rebellion, from its 

Campare favorably with that of any other Offce in the State. ■ «"* inception to it § final failure, and in a most 

BrtnK or tend your order, if you want Jobbing .lecu- forcible manner pr Jsented his views upon the 



l«d NEATLY and EXPEUiriOt'SLT. 



The Mk8s«ng«r To-Dat. — The render will 
not fail to discover that we biiiig out the Met- 
mngtr today with a new face and clean hands. 
Wa have renewed our material throughout, at 



questions of recons ruction. As most readers 
are familiar with Ir. Greeley's ideas on all 
these questions, it is not necessary to re-pro- 
duce his argument' . Mr. Greeley is a peculiar 
speaker. Without any attempt at oratory, his 
simplicity of mann ^r and earnestness and sin- 



a heavy expense, and design to use our best ""-'l.^ of •?«««:*> »"<• eleg*oce "f diction, rise 
endeavors to continue the publication of a pa- 1 to the highest staii lard of genuine eloquence, 
per that will not only be a credit to the Saint | while he himself st ems wholly unconscious of 
Croix Va!ley, but to the State. the fact. We regiet that hundreds of others 

We regret that our paper manufacturer dis- of our citiiens did not hear him on this ocea 
Appointed uii in furnishing a better article of ' sion. 

IMtper than that of the present issue. In a | Mr Greeley, together with a number of 
lew weeks the difBculty will be remedied, when citizens of Hudson with their excellent band, 
the Mes»eng«r will present a typographical ap- accompanied the Stillwater delegation to t his 
pearauce second to no other paper in the State, sity. but iminediat !ly returned — Mr. Greeley's 



RiADiMO or SsMo.^a. — ▲ Sermon preached 
before the Uiiveraity of Cambridge, by the 
Bishop of Exeter, and read by the Rector of 
the Kpiacopal Church last Sunday evening, has 
elicited so much interest, that a series of ser- 
mons by the same author, will be read as fol- 
lows: 

Sermons by the Bishop of Exeter ; preached 
before the University ,of Cambridge. To be 
read on Sunday Evenings, at the Episcopal 
Church. Stillwater. 

Sunday, Oct. 8— The Atonement. 

Sunday, Oct. 15 — Resurrection from the 
Dead. 

Sunday. Oct. 2i— God's Providence in the 
World. 

Sunday, Oct 39 — The Ark Resting on 
Moont Ararat. 

Sunday, Nov. S— Tb« Gift of RepentancA. 

Sunday, Nov. 12— Speaking in Parables. 

Services at \ past 7. 




Until then, we beg the indulgence of our read* 
«rs. 



A. Word to Ocr Fairsos — The war is now 
terminated, and with that termination the in- 
terest in the daily news and daily papers, to 

•ome extent, ceases. Thousands of readers u^ ^q„]^ qj|^|^, „„ .^j^y ^^ ,i,|(^ At our levee 
who, during the past few years have regarded J y^ Greeley was in' reduced by one of our citi 



engagements bein^ such that he was eompell 
ed to be in Chicagi last evening. At the levee, 
quite a large crowi: of our citizens bad assem- 
bled to welcome " the white headed philoso- 
pher," but not a fc irth as many as would have 
been present had i been certainly known that [ ''•^« * penchant to grow 

of a feat to grow and harvest as many bushels 
of wheat, sell it, and get the money in your 



BOWEN BROTHERS, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

AND LEADING JOBBERS IN 

STAPLUMCY DRY GOODS, 

Notions, Woolens, 

WORSTED GOODS, ETC., ETC. 

•«» 

Announce increased Facilities and arrange- 
ments b^ which their stock will centime 
more inviting and extensive than any other, 
out of New York, in the country. They now 
include a full line of Leading Domestice by 
Tai Giant Whkat GaownBor Miwbisota.— . the package, at manufacturers' Prices, and 
It is not much of a feat to grow a few thou- Invite the trade of the Northwest to save 
. . 11 1 A^A Freight and Time by purchases in Chicago, 

sand weeds-even m a small garden, provided; ^^ f^^^ ^j,^ Exclus'ive Sale of many brands 



Drcos, fto. — We invite the attention of our 
readers to the adve.tisement of Mr H. M. 
Cramdall. This is one of the oldest Drug 
Houses in the Saint Croix Valley, and Mr. 
Crandall has always borne the repuUtion of 
keeping the purest and best selected stock to 
be found in the eastern markets. 



<!frapron'$ (Slolumn. 



IIORMATION WMTED 

As to where the following 
articles can be bought. 



10 quart pans, I 3 quart pans, 

6 quart do | 2 do do 

One pint pans. 
4 piece Dish pans I S piece Dish pans, 

6 piece Dish pans. 
Patty pans, i Dust pans, S kinds. 

Square do | Pressed pans, all sixes 

Jelly cake pans. 



10 inch pie pi 


Rtes 1 


Uval pie plates. 


9 inch pie plates 


Scollop pie plates, 


8 " " 


' 


ABC do 




10 qt covered pails 


10 qt Flaring pails 


6 qt do 


do 


6 qt do do 


4 qt do 


do 


12 qt do milk palls 


3 qt do 


do 


10 qt do do 


2 qt do 


do 


Large chamber pyia 


1 pt do 


do 


Small do do 


12 qt Flaring 


do 


Large dinner do 



QTY IBIIlSTOIIll 

NEW GOODS 

Have arroved, and are al- 
ways arroving. 

CHOICE, SELECT DRUGS OF 
ALL KINDS! 

Every Patent Jftedieine you 

»ee advertised, of- 

ufayn on hand, 

1,000 PACKAGES of HOWE & STEVENS' 

DURKEE'S GROUND SELECT SPICES :— 
Ginger, Pepper, Mace, Nutmeg. Cinnamon, &c. 



a daily paper a nece-isity, will now fall back on 
their weekly papers as a luxury. 

It will be the aim of the editor of the J/'fssen- 
ffrr to fill that dissideratum. We shall devote 
more space than usual to local matters— per- 
taining to city, county and State. 

But in order to do ibis, our friends must as 



sens Appearing >n the upper deck, he was 
receieved with ent lusiastic cheers, but had on- 
ly time to say : 

"/y/o» Ciliieni — ' am the poorest man in the 
world to make a ipeech^-especially when 1 
have nothing to ss', or the time to say it I 



you have an indolent occupant, and the weeds j ofgoods, are Agents for Pittsburgh EAGLE 

but it is something ] CCmTON YARN, at Factory Prices. Our 
Immense Business is a guarantee of our 
ability to meet the demands of the trade at 
all times. Goods sent upon orders, can be 



-tin 



vest pocket 

Mr F. W. Tt«agir, of Denmark, in Wash- 
ington county, has just harvested and sold (at 
li.lO per bushel) sixteen thousand buhels of 
wheat ! 

What think you of that, farmers of New 
England? Minn-soU mvv be " too cold for 



now appear before you for the first time ; and _ 
, w.-, --. — . I to my regret, have but a moment to tarrv with ' " n i. . v. i. .n ,:„kf 1„ «k« «h«at nnoa 

aistu. in furnishing items of interest Pertain- , y^^/ ^^"^ „;,^ ^^_^^,^ , .^^^^^ ^^ ^.^.-^ this I "«'»• but she .s all right on the wheat que. 

ing to their various localities. We wish a re i State, when I hope to acquire a better acquain ■ «'on. 
liable correspondent in every town in the coun- tance with the peoile, and a better knowledge 
ty, to furnish us with such items as will be of of the country. T II then, I bid you good- 
general or local interest. By such means our ^ ' 

countj and Sute can be greatly benefitted, a^ ^'- Greeley was :harmed with the beauties 
well as local communities. We are not, nei "* »''* 3"!"* Croix, and it is the universal de 

sire of his friends hat he will make us a more 



th«r can we V«, cmnepresent — hence wo must 

< . -4 .11. i^„.^^ v.««n f,;..n,». »n ''•''•f*ctory visit n. It summer, 

rely, to a con.sidcrable degree, upon inenus to , ^ y 

furnish us with matters of interest transpiring 
in their immediate localities. If we are fur- 
nished with the data, we will put the matter 
in shape for publication. Everything with 
reference to crops, improvements, new dis- 
coveries, ot any other subject of general or 
local intirest, will add to the interest of the 
reader. 



It may be superfl lous to add, that all the 
eicur.'ionists feel i nder obligations to Capt. 
Grat for his succut-nful exertions to render ev- 
erything connecte< with the excursion of the 
most pleasant charicter. Capt. Grat always 
does that. 



Brkjahi!! Fra!«I1.i.v.-— 0( this great philoso- 
pher, and architnct of his own fortune, it has 
been truly and beautifully said by Prentice : 



Our Old Sci*»ori. — Among the many fa- 
miliar sights which greeted our eyes upon 
entering our sanctum and seating ourself at ! '<> 7°"> ^'''"'^ ' 
our old desk, was the old stissors which have 
been weilded by other hands for near three 
years p»st. What a crowd of memories those 
old scissors sugg<-3t! Over nine years ago we 
commenced clipping with them for the edifi- 
cation ot the readers of the Afi-SMngcr. What 
volumes they have silently uttered to many of 
our present readers. They have talked of 
war and of peace, of prosperity and of adver- 
sity, of wit and i f sage philosophy, of poetry 
and of dull projio, nf fiction and of plain fact, 
of the niarriag<- altar and of the tomb — in short. 
«f everything ihiit would iiittrest the nadci. 
Faithful old wi;»>ors ! We shall keep you 
sharpened and burnished fur the future haf' 
Test. 



Home .Voain. — T.ieut. F. O. Brown, Quar- 
termaster of the vi teren Fifth, returned last 
evening, having be<-n mustered out of the ser- 
vice a few days sin'-e. A thousand welcomes 



Wh»o from H'Avta 
Th« ^ct of th* Deity went forth. 
Let rr««ktln b«! then to <.ur Und thefs e»«« 
HnmanltT, philoaepli; And liRht. 
H« wM CulumblA'd 8ocr»lrt; from him 
The »oie<-of wiedoia and (if truth diTln« 
In aweevaet ateenU f.-Il. No fortune iinlled 
Fropltloai radlence on hu humble birth ; 
Alone, unaldwi, through the itorme of life 
He graeped the prteo, end wreathed bU brow with 
bine. 



Last Momrnts or Hcmbolot.— The sun shone 
brilliantly into the room where Humboldt died, 
and it is reported that his last Tvords address- 
ed to his niece were : *' Wti herriek diete ttra- 
bUn : m tehienen die ErJe twin Hxmmal turu 
fen." [How grand these rays : they seem to 
beckon Earth to UeaTen !] 



Remarkablk WtiiTHRR — While the eastern 
and middle States lave been scourged by early 
frosts, we of Minnewta have not as yet sean i 
the unwelcome gue«t. Thi* morning the sky 
is bright, and the atmosphere balmy. The 
flower and vegetabte gardens retain their June 
1 freshness and beau;y. while the forests give no 
indicatiuB, as yet, of tha " sere and yellow 
leaf 



Kew Store— M. William Tih^^tts, hereto- 
fore favorably kno*n as a merchiint of this 
place, has wi.Hcly c included that there is no 
bettor pl.ice than Stillwater to tie to, and has 
resumed bu.tine*s it his former rtand, Saw- 



jcr House, wLere he will bo happy to see 
friends. 



his 



Our new school hou-^e is not in fair running 
order yet — hence we arc unable in our pres 
ent issue, to do justice to local ana general . . , , , 

w.it f«« J.,. >.r.w«r«. our nf past fow d.■l^ s we h ive heard of til rec or four 
news. Withlu a few days. Iiowcvei, our oi- , k -^ ^ ..... «.-_ j, .,•. 

flee will be in admirable runnini^ order, when 



Givr Thkm a W iKM RECfmo.H— During the 
tst few d.i)S we 1< ive heard 
' .ittcnipts at burglary in our city. 



we will be happy to see our friends, and will 
be amply prepared to execute all orders in our 
line. Give us a call. 



Mi.nsesota Crops. — Since our return to the 
Meuenger office we have not been able to min- 
gle as much with our farmers as we hope to 
do in the future. Wc have gathered a few 
items, however, of extraordinary crops, the 
value of real estate, Ac, which go to show 
the superiority of our soil and climate. 
4 The Messrs. Swanson, of Denmark, Wash- 
ington County, have just completed harvest 
thair wheat. 



We don't 
like to see our cit} or county taxed for coffins 
or grave digging ; but at the same time We 
would advise ever citizen to keep e revolver 
or musket by his 1 e.^slde, and when shooting 
at these miserable dogs, to aim below the head 
and above the loii s, and leave the result to a 
Coroner's inquest cir Divine Providence. That 
i • the only way to put an end to these outra- 
ges. 



mV RS. I. REDiTlOMD 

Has iust received a complete stock of 
FALL AND NV I N T V. R 

iiiLLiirar.T goods, 

CONSISTING OF 

Ribbons, Velvets, Flowers, 

HA-TS, «S6C. «ScC. 

and every thing pertaining to a 
F I R S T • C L A S S 

Millinery Establishment, 

and offers the same at the lowest cash price. 

Oi€tnl*ar^9 Block, nrar the 
Fast OfY\ee» n8 4ra. 



returned at our expense if not satisfactory, 

BOWEN BROTHERS, 

19 & 21 Lake Street, Chicago, lllinoi*. 



IW MUSIC STORE ! 




Bsis. — A writei , who is good authority, says 

that a swarm of bi es will throw off from one 

to four swarms in i season, but the last two 

One field of forty acres yielded are generally wort iless. He appends the fol- 



an average of thirty bushels to the acre. 

Mr. E. P. Brainard, of the same town, sold 

to 0. G Leonard, a few days since, a tract of 

94 acres, partially improved, at |18.65 per 

acre. 
Malcomb Black, of Cottage Grove, (an ad- 
■ ■ * ^ sold h'« ft ♦*»•' n«** 



lowing adage. Fr )m our personal experience 
we can only voucl for the truth of the last 
proposition, whicl we can do with a clear con- 
science : 

A Bvarm in May 

Is w »rth a lo«'< "' *•*▼ • 

A 8» arm ' 



Butler & Dodd , 

Brown '\VurchoiiM>, 

Forwarding k Commission 

MERCHANTS, 

And Dealers in 

Grain, Produce, Provisions, 
Hides and Salt. 



New Music and Musical 
Instruments ! 



ELDRIDGE & CORNMAN 



Take pleasure in announcing to the public 
that they are now prepared to fill a desideratum 
long needed in Stillwater. They are prepared 
to sell Bradbury k Voce's Piano*, Mason k 
Hamlin's celebrated Cabinet Organs, or any 
other musical instrument that may be desired. 
Specimen Organs can be seen at our Store, 
from which Instruments can be ordered. Ev- 
ery Instrument warranted to be what it is rep- 
resented. 

These Instruments will be sold at Chicago 
retail prices — our arrangements with the man- 
ufacturers being such that we can do so — thus 
saving freight and the dangers of freight and 
the expenses of transportation to the purchaser. 

We keep constantly on hand all of Root & 
Cady's popular music, both vocal and instru- 
mental, together with Instruction Books for 
every kind of music, which we sell at Chicago 
retail prices. 

Sabbath School Melodies ! 

In great variety, kept constantly on hand. 

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. 

in large quantity and every variety, received 
every day by express. 



Stationery, and every 
variety of 



Jinall Dinner pails. 

2 qt saucepans — tin | 4 qt saucepans- 
6 qt saucepans — tin. 

intAnolrmAo« 

1 gal measures 1 pt measures 

^ gal. do i pt do 

1 qt do 1 gill do 

1 quart milk measures. 

1 Gal Funnels, 1 pt Funnels 

i Gal do i pt do 

1 qt do 1 Gill do 

Two quart Tea pots. 

Three pint Teapots 

One quart Teapots. 
PLANISHED TEAPOTS, all sizes. 
COFFEE POTS. 

One gal. Coffee Po!s, 

Three quart Coffee Pots, 

Two quart Coffee Pots, 

One quart Coffee Pots. 
PLANISHED COFFEE POTS, 
all sizes. 



42 Gal. 


Oil Cans, 


do 


do 


2i do 


do 


1 do 


do 


i do 


do 


iqt 


do 


Ipt 


do 



A larga stock of Plug, Natural Leaf, Kos. 1, 2 
and 8. Smoking, Anderson's solace, and best 
fine cut chewing. 

Imitation Meerschaum, Clay, Brier and Ce- 
dar Pipes. Tobacco Boxes of all styles Jksises 

Fine Comm,ercial Note, Plain and gilt edge. 

Jbtne Billet, Note, wide and narrow bill cap. 

Legal and Fool's cap. 

Plain and Fancy Envelopes ; .Pens, pencils. 
Blank Memorandum Books, Paper cutters jtc. 

A number of rolls of fine wall papoi- at very 
low figures. 



SPECIAL NOTICES, 



M 



ANHOOD 
STORED. 




HOW LOST, HOW RE- 

Jiut paMlihn), a newMlitloa of Dr. 
Ot'LTERWELL'S CKLEBSATKD 
E88AT on the railical cure, f witb- 
ont medicine] of SpermatorrbeoBa, 
or MmlDai weskneM.IiiToluiit«r]r8einiDa1 LoMei, Impo- 
tener, M«ntal and Pbyueat Incapaclt7, InpcdimenU to 
Marriage, etc. ; alio, CONSUMPTION, KPILKPSY and 
F ITB-ln dueed by self iDdolgeueeortesaal extra va«aooe. 
■^ Prioe, In a sealed envelope, only 6 eeaU. 
The author in this admirable cnay clearly dem- 
oDstratae, trom thirty yean nicoowfiil practice, that the 
alarmlDK coDtcqueoces of seir-abuse may be radically 
cured without the dangeroua use of Internal medicine or 
the application of the knife— pointing out a mode of 
cure, at once limple, certain and efllF«tnal, b» meant of 
which every lulKrer, do matter what hli condltlun, ma* 
curv blmaeir cheaply, prirately, and RADICALLY. 

JSr^hli Lecture should be in the hand* of every 
youth and every man In the land. 

Bent under leal. In a plain envelope to any addrcM, 
rosT-PAiD. on receipt of aix oenta, or two poet stampa, 
Address iht publiiben. 

OHAB. J. C. KLINB k CO.. 
1*7 Bowery, N. Y.. Post Office box 4M«. 



Lyon's Periodical Drops ! 

THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY 
FOR IRREGULARITIES. 





Always on hand or procured at order. 



W* also keep constantly on band, and for sale 

at the lowest rates of the market, 

and deliver to any part 

of the city, 
FREE OF CHARGE, 



We can furnish every thing desired 



9 inch wash boilers, 

8 inch do do 
*? inch do do 
6 inch do do 

9 inch Coffee Kettles, 
8 inch do do 
1 inch do do 
inch do do 

1 Gal. mediciue cau for the woods. 

Woodman's Kauphy Kettle. 
Large water pots and small water pots. 
Tin Punched Lanterns, Globe Lanterns, and 
Square Lanterns. 
Candle Moulds, aU sizes. 
STEAMERS— 7, tt and 9 inch. Pint cups. 
^ pt cups, li also Scoops of all sizes. 
Sconcea Oyster .Stewers. Skim- 

mers, all kinds. Jackson Dippers, 

Two qt. Jippcrs — One pt Dippers — ^ pt dip- 
pers, with long handles to 'em. 

Large Wash Eowls — some with handles. 

Milk Strainers — large & small. 
BAKERS— big k little. 
TEA KETTLES— 7, 8 & 9 inch. 
CALENDERS, Half-sheet Graters, 

Quarter-sheet Graters. Nutmeg Graters. 
3 Kinds. Muflin Rings Thrashing 

Machine Cans. 
BLOW HORNS- -large & small. 

CLOTHES SPRINKLERS, new style. 
SELF-SEA LlXa FRUIT CANS, all tut*. 

Cake Pans, with tubes. 

Cake Cutters, plain & fancy. Army Cups. 

Marking pots. Beer Mugs with glass on side. 

Punch shakers Jelly Moulds 

Knife, Forks & Spoon Boxes. 
Cake Boxes, round k square ' Bill Trunks. 

Cash Boxes. Candle Sticks. 

Tea k Coffee Canisters, all sizes. 

Spittoons, 2 kinds. Molasses Cups, 

large k small. 

Pepper Boxes k Flour Boxes, all sizes. 

Match Safes, 6 styles. 

Nurse Lamq/i. Toy Clock Banks. 

Tea Travs — all styles & kinds. 

Childreus' Bath Tubs k Foot Tubs. 

THINGS GENERALLY! 



PERFUMERY 

A choice variety. 



The finest assortment in town, consisting of 
Lows Honey, Bee-hive, Glycerine, Checkevber 
ry. Transparent, Military, Shaving, Violet, 
Jockey-club and Brown Windsor — all " war- 
ranted genuine." 

Glass and Glass-lVarc. 

Window Glass, from 7x9 to 18Jx50 ; cut to 

any sixe or shape, and in quantities to 

suit purchasars. 

Ten to fifteen different sizes of Wine, Cordial, 

and Dinner Goblets. 
All sizes of Tumbers, Independen t Salts, large 
Salts, Spoon-holders in variety, Molasses Cru- 
ets, Glass, Water, and Milk Pitchers. De- 
canters, Fruit Stands and Plates. Glass Milk- 
Pans, Bitter Cotiles, Bee Mugj of different 
styles. Chimneys of every size, plain, thick 
and Brass top, ke. 

Lamps ! Lamps ! Lamps ! 

Any quantity of PARLOR, STAND, JiAM), 

BRA GKET and S WINGING LAMPS. 

Also a superior lot of LANTERNS A ND 

LAMP SHADES. 

A large and very fine assortment of PAINT, 
VARNISH, HAIR, CLOTHES, TOOTH, 
NAIL, SHOE, SCRUB, FLESH, TABLE, 
WHITE- WASH, PASTE, CAMEL HAIR, 
LEFTER-BOOK, GRAINING and MARK- 
ING BRUSHES. 

Best LIMERICK HOOKS in endless variety. 

Buell'B celebrated TROLLING HOOKS. 
Sea-grass, Linen, Cotton and Silk Lines. All 
sizes of Hooks on Gimp and silver wire. Reels, 
Spinners, Floats, and a fine lot of 

CAN E AND BAMBOO POLES. 



Hunting Apparatus I 

GAME BAGS at prices to suit every body. 

Shot-belts and Pouches, Powder Flasks 

of all sizes. 

Gun Wrenches, Eley's Double Water Proof 

central fire. Watcr-proof and Pistol Caja. 

Eley's lubricated Gun Weds. Wad cutters, 

Dog Whips and Calls, Gun tubes. 

Wines and Liquors ! 

FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES— WAR- 
RANTED PURE. 

Brandy, Gin, Rum, Old Rye, Old Bourbon, 

Maderia, Port, Catawba, Claret, and 

Malaga Wines. A few baskets 

fine Imperial Champage. 

Painters' Sundries ! 



These Drops are scientifically compounded 
fluid preparation, and better than any Pills. 
Powders, or Nostrums. Being liquid, their 
action is direct and positive, rendering them 
a reliable, speedy and certain specific for the 
cure of all obstructions and suppress ionsof 
nature. Their popularity is indicated by the 
fact that over 100,000 bottles are annually 
sold and consumed by the ladies of the United 
States, every one of whom speak in the strong- 
est terms of praise of their great merits. They 
are rapidly taking the place of every other 
Female Remedy, and are considered by all 
who know aught of them, as the stttest, safest, 
and most infallible preparation in the world, 
for the cure of all female eomplainti, the re- 
moval of all obstructions of natur^ and the 
promotion of health, regularity and strength. 
Explicit directions stating when they may be 
used, and explaining whet u>d why they 
should not, nor could nOt be used without 
producing effects contrary to nature's chosen 
laws, will be found carefully folded around 
each bottle, with the written signature of 
John L. Ltok, without which none are genu- 
ine. 

Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 195 Chap- 
el Street, New Haven, Conn., who can be con- 
sulted either personally, or by mail, (enclosing 
stamp,) concerning all private diseases and 
female weaknesses. 

Sold by Druggist.^ everywhere. 

C. G. CLARK k CO.. 
Geni Agents for the U. .S. and Canada. 



c FBOF. VON VESAE'S • 

DIAMOND DROPS! 



vv>:v>- 



■.'♦ 



^«' 



lac FKB- 

TBSTITB. 

'tat whlsh they art' 

WABBANTKD 

'la evwry laatano*. They 

ar* oordlaUy reoommaadMl to 

alt I«<Uaa who, txvm. alokneaa or 

oanaaa, are unable to ondarco 

th* perils of aoeoaahmant. Thlsramadjrk 

:diamond drops 

Vot an Abortive, tmt alaplr i 

Bd U not in the least lajn- 
krlona to the moat delloaie / 



«". 



^oonatttntKna. XTar] 
..Bottle Warraatod., 

,LXT SVStT, 
X< A D T 



ftT Sand Sad Stamp Ibr (Jireolar, or tajs SM tk* 
Bemedy. to O. B. XOITBOB ft OO, Oanaral AcanM, 
P. O. Drawer SMI. Chioaffo, Illinois i Oaoe IBS Soatk 
Clark Straal. ror aala at Wholerala in Chloaco. br 
BtmirBAKS * VAir StmAACK. FmiljBB, rZKOH 
a BtnLLBB, ZiOBO ft 8MCITH. CHAI. O. BICITX. 
mZTB ft SWTBB. and H. ■OOVIU.i and fbr aala 
tar rronr OraMttat in the 'West. 



naur. 



Feed, 



Oats and 



as in harness, best 

.on horse, belonging to Mr. 

Atr-v the second premium of fifteen 

Seymc • a mare colt, two years old, belong- 

dollars.c the same, also took a second premium. 

""8 'A special scries of race* were also gotten up 



e- 

ew 

at, tiowe yr, 

.^.on, in force ; and 

4ae competition was sharp— 

tt Wilson, Grover k Baker, kc. 

...ing in th ) contest — it was plain to b« 

.n, when the practical tests were applied 

Jiat the " plumer " must be handed over to 

the Singer machi les. 

Any explanatii ns with reference to these 
machines will be given by Mr. J. £. Schlenk, 
Bcrnhcimer's Bl ck, Stillwater. 



Corn. 



GOLD PENS 

and Holders, new style, for 
Ladies and Gentlemen. 



Our brand of FA MIL! FLOUR is 

Wj^RR ANTED equal to 

any in the country. 



Stillwater, Aug. 15, 1865. 



The Prescott humal says : " Our readers 
for Saturday, the day after the Fair. The race , tnay remember that, in the summer of 1863, a 
was again handsomely won by " Mack," beat- ' large number of warranU were stolen from 
Sng his competitor the first two heaW in iA6 ; the Land Office it Saint Croix Falls. A few 
and %:i'. Stakes |500. \ <*»?« "K^ *bout ifty of these warranU, with a 

___^ I bunch of keys, aken at the same time, were 

RBTCR5ISG.— Many of our merchants are thrown through the window into the office. 
returnin<T from the East, where they have been , They had the aj: pearance of having been bur- 



making their fall purchases. Among those 
who have reached home within a few days we 
have met D. Bronson, Jr., L, E. Torinus, J. 
E. Schlenk, and Julius Brunswick. 



ied in the eartb. Thieves have some con 
science left, it si ems," 



^ e have established a 

WOOD-YARD 

Where wood of all kinds will be kept con- 
stantly on hand, and or sale at 
reasonable prices. 



'■\ 



STATE OF MINNESOTA, Washington Oonnty, Dis- 
trict Court, First Judicial DlnTict,— Ot-orge H. Viin 
Slyke, Plaintiff, agaiMt Sarali B. Van fclyke, Defend- 
ant. — SumiDona. 

The 8tat« of Minneaota to the above named defend- 
ant, Ureetlnft : 

jU. S. Revenue Stamp, 
\ 60 Cents. 

Ton are hereby lummon-d and required i o aniwer the 
complaint of the plaintiff in the above entltli-d action, 
which complaint ia filed In the office of the Clerk of the 
District cnurt of Waahinplon county, at thr city of Still- 
water, In aald connty ami Slate, ami to aerve a copy of 
your anawer apon the anbecriher at hia office in the city 
of Haatin^i. Dakota county, State of Minneaota within 
thirty daya after the aervice of thiaaummooa upon yon, 
exclualve of the il»y of auch aervice ; and if you fall to 
Anawer the complaint aa aforesaid within the time afore- 
aald, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the reliel 
demanded In the said complaint. 

L. VAN 8LYCK, Att'y for Plaintiff, 
R>-aidenee Hastings, Minnesota. 
Dated July 26, 18«6.— 18 



BAR GES 



The Taylor I alls Reporter says: " During I 
this fall and the latter part of the summer, ' 

Use or TBI Commj A clergyman was late- 1 parties have be. n engaged in making explora- 

ly depicting befr re a deeply interested audi- ; tions for copper both on Snake, Kettle and 
ence the alarming increase of intemperance, Runi rivers an» in this immediate vicinity, 
when he astonished his hearers by saying : "A \ One of the expl jrers is Judge McCarty of St. 
young woman in my neighborhood died very , Paul. We hav > not learned any detailed re- 
Buddenly last Sabbath, while I was preaching} suits of the in festigatins, ftirther then :bat 
the gospel in a state of beastly Intoxication :" I they were quite favorable." 



For hire by the day, week or month, 
we will freight Wood, SUvcs, 
Posts, or other ma- 
t e r i a 1 

to any of the 
poinU on Lake Saint Croii. 

StUlwater, July 1, WAS— n4«-l v. 



And 



"VrOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP. 

ARIEL ELDRIDQI. W. B. CORNMAS 

The undersigned having this day entered in- 
to copartnership, invite the public to their 
general assortment of Stationery and Fancy 
Goods, at their News Depot on Main street. 
ELDRIDGE k CURNMAN. 

Stillwater, July 29, 1865— n47 



£^ A. BROOKS, 

Physician and Snrgeon. 

OFnCE IN FOLSOM'S BLOCK. 

Taylors Falls, Minn. 



A Large assortment of Knives 4 Forks, Butch- 
er Knives and Pocket Knives. 

Table k Tea Spoons, all kinds. 
Shears k Scissors, Sheep shears. 
Tack Hammers, Tack Claws k Tacks all sixes. 
Coffee, Tea & Gravy Strainers. 
Jigger Irons. Can Openers. 

Dinner k House Bells. Brass Hooks 

Best Dixon Stove Polish. Sad Irons 

Sad Iron Stands. 

Chopping Knives, Counter Scales 

Spring Balances and Steelyards. 

Shovels with Tongs and without 

Halter Chains, Dog Chains, Dog Musxles, 

DOG COLLARS— tat^ie of Chain, Brass 

and Leather. 

Charcoal Furnaces. Iron T Kettles, sll sises 

Iron Wire Cloth. Iron Pots (extra). 

Porcelain Kettles. Enameled sauce Pans. 

Brass Kettles Cistern Pumps. 

Lead Pipe of every sixe. 

French Tinned Sauce Pans — 6 sixes. 

Toy Castors. Flesh Forks. Iron Spoons. 

Egg Beaters. Fly Screens, 

S P I D E R S—ALL SIZES. 

Round Gridles, Iron Tin'd Fry Pans. 
Baby R attles. 

Cook StoYe§, 

ALL SIZES. 

PARLOR COOK STOVES, 

BOX STO VES, PARLOR STO VES 

SHEET IROM. 

Russia Pipe, Common Pipe, Round Russia 
Elbow, Square do., common do. Sheet Iron 
Thimbles. Camp Kettles, (all sixes.) Sheet 
Iron Pot Covera 

WOODEN WARE. 

Large and small Chums, 3 hoop pails, Wash 
Boards, Wire sieves. Wooden Bowls, all sixes. 
Well Buckets, Rolling Pins, Potato Mashers, 
Scrub Brushes, Cutter Ladles, Faucets, new 
style, all sixes. Lemon Squeexers, Ice Mal- 
lets, Ice Picks, Butter Prints. Large Spoons, 
Broom^ Baskets, Wheel Barrows, 

And other things too numerous to mention. 

AU of which can he found at the store of 

WM. M. CAPRDN. 



No. 1 White Lead, dry and in oil, 
25, 10, 5, & 1 lb cans. 
Red Lead in oil, same styles of cans. 
Also Zinc, put up in the same manner. 
Chrome and Paris Green, dry and in oil, 

in one pound cans. 
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue in Oil. 
Zinc Gloss, Copal, Furniture, Japan, Asphal- 
tum, White Demar, and No. 1 
Coach Varnishes. 
Linseed Oils, Boiled and Raw. Turpen- 
tine and Naptha. 

JfHsceitaneous. 

Durkees and Burhctt's Flavoring Extracts. 
Lubin's, Basin's, Dupont's and Frafgapinna's 
Colognes and Perfumeries. Pomades, Hair 
Oil, Florida Water, Pink Sauces, Lily White, 
Rouge, Gilt Bottles, Fancy Colognes, Flags, 
Combs, Port monnaies, large and small pocket 
books, Pocket Knives, Shears, Scissors and 
Pointa Stove and Boot Blacking. Pearl-Bar- 
ley. Tapioca, Corn starch. Slates and Slate 
pencils. Red, Black and Blue Ink. Bird cages. 
Brush Brooms. Fiddle and Guitar strings. Fly 
paper. 

TAR AND PITCH. 

The Lucesco Carbon Oil, the best oil that is 
manufactured, always on hand ; also Winter 
strained Lard, Whale, Lubricating and Fish 
OU. 

Connected with our store we have a 

First-Class Soda Fountain ! 

and invite all those who want a G O O I> 
GlaM off Soda to give us a call. 

Bottled Soda by the doxeo or gross. 
The above comprises a partial list of OQi 
stock, which we offer at 
living figure^ 
Thanking the public for past favors, we re- 
spectfully solicit a contiouance of the same. 



Editor ofMettettger : 

In reply to many letters and inquiries from 
people in this section of the country, the un* 
dersigncd take great pleasure in sayin through 
he columns of your paper, that our renowned 
prepar.Uion known as COE S DYSPEPSIA 
CURE, is a certain care for Dyspepsia, in its 
worst stages. Many cases of long standing, 
within our own acquaintance, have been com- 
pletely, and we believe permanently cured. 
It will stop distress after eating almost instaa- 
taneously, and enables the dyspeptic who has 
4ived for years upon Graham bread and the 
plainest diet, to cat as heartily as he pleases, 
and any thing he chooses, without danger of 
distress, or souring, or rising on the stomach. 
It is an infallible corrector of indigestion, and 
constipation, creates a healthy appetite, stops 
sick-headache, heart-bum, sickness at the 
stomach, pains, cramps, or colic in either 
stomach or bowels, and sweetens offensive 
breath, as soon as you take it, and by enabling 
the patient to take plenty of hearty food, 
" which is the parent of health," produces 
vigor, strength and energy. In every trial wa 
have known it has speedily eradicated Dyspep- 
sia with all its attendant sufferings, weakness- 
es, debility and loss of power, giving, instead, 
a proper activity and tone to the stomach and 
organs of digestion, and as we confidently be- 
lieve, and as the published ncrtificates in our 
circulars, almanacs, and in many of the lead- 
ing Journals, from convalescent patients will 
confirm, completely, permanently, and almost 
miraculously " cure the worst case of Dyspep- 
sia in existence." We warrant it in every in- 
stance It can be obtained at all the Drug 
Stores in the United States and Canadas, at |l 
per bottle, or six bottles for $5. 

C. O. CLARK k CO., 
24 Proprietors, New Haren, Ct. 



FOR S^LE. 



T£BM8 €A8il 

CARLI & CO. 

LAKE HOUSE BUILDING, 
oM Main Street, StUlwatet, Miol 



The pfctniscs lately occupied by the sitbsei^- 
ber as a residence, comprising four lota, dwell- 
ing house and out-building. There is an ex- 
cellent cistern at the door. The premises ara 
well situated, and contain a variety of fhiit toA 
ornamental trees, currant bushes. &o. 

For terms apply toQChaa J. '.Butler, Esq., a( 
Butler k Dodd's Warehouse, Stillwater, or th« 
undersigned at St, Paul. 

& J. B. McHILLAN. 

Stillwater, Sept 186S.— 3-6t 



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JVhUhers* WUiUcere^ 

Do yon want Whiskers or Monstaobes ? Oar 
Grecian Compound will force them to grow on 
the smoothest face or chin, or hair on bald 
heads, in Six Weeks. Priee tl-Oa Sent by 
mail anywhere, closely scaled, on receipt of 
price. Address 
WARNER H CO., Box 188, Brooklyn. N. T. 

YOU WISH TO BE CURED ? ' 

DR. BUCHAN'S 
ENGLISH SPECmO PILLS core, in loas4ban 80 day*. 



worst casas of NKEVODSKEBS, Impotaocy, Premataiw 
Decay. Seminal Weaknem, Inianity, and ail Driaary, 
Sexual and Nervooa Affection*, no matter from what 
cause produced, Prloe, One Dollar per box. Sent post- 
paid, by mail, oa reottpl of an order. On* Bos wi|| 
perfaat the sure In moat ease*. Addreas 
JAMSI S. BUTLER, 
OeMHll Atan*, SW Bniadway New TtMt, 



A 



DEFECTIVE PAGE 



D. 



CiREE^ LEAF'S 

Store, 




Fashionable Jewelry 



The \nA\'» ami c;entU'iii^n of St. Paul »nd 
Ticiuitv an? invitid to cull ai:d t- \ainine the 
LARnF.ST AND OU«>K'EST ASSORTMENT 
Of Xew Slyl«i» of Jt'Wflry, 

Wa/c.i^. t7..-.l>. Slh.r U-,.A. /'/...W li;«-e. i>m^ 

SJ A* /«rt.u»i,,, <.> - >-' . /"- •/'-/'VV ^- 
Mv S00.1S wtre rmihAivd >'XvluMV.-W for 
» ca.-h frym the U.rp-T wholesale houses in the 
Viiiou and i"C for -lii- at Uie 

All i;ooa-4 warranted pr-oUely f "-•pro^'^t; 
ed Ca=>h puid for old iiold .i.ul :-. Ivor A lall 
^pply of WATCH MATERIALS aUa^, on 

**TgVntf..rSoth TluMnas' Clocks, aUo agent 
for the ceKbr it.d „,.r-r^-n«« 

kinds of __ 

HAIR WORK, 



(OFFICIAL.) 

SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS. 

In pur,«ance of law. I. Charle.MoIlr.th 
Comm.^iouer of the State Laud OUce ot the 
State of MiT.nesota. do hereby d 'oUre anrt 
make know., that a public sale ot bohoo 
Land* XV ill he l»-ld in the un-l, rment.oned 
.,o,mtv at the time and place hen matter des- 
ignated, to wit : 
, \VA611INGT*)N COUNTY. 

I AT STILI.W.^TKR. SATCKD.W. OCT iSlh. 1**. 
! Tho r.Uow.uK .1. -r.l-a tra.l^ or ,.»rc.u „f UnJ, tU : 

jPartofScc. See- ^^.^k,^. provim't* 

Uwnw 16 Prairie f 5 H. 

nw *w l« • « t ^, 

I iiw se 16 do 7 M) 

i COTTAGE GROVE-TOWN 27, RANGE 21 
16 I'rarie |5 )0 



in 8ix months thereafter, with interest at sev- 
en oer cent, iier annum, 

•Vhcotrerin^^ofsaid land, wll comrnence 
at 10 o'clock A. M.. at the u.Hual place o hold- 
h.K court, on the day specified, and w.U pro- 
, cecd in the order in whioh they are advertu-d 
! ^til all are offered So sale w.l be kep 
1 o,H-n longer than one day, and no lands * iH 
'he sold except at p.ddic-1-^^^^^^^^^ 

CotnTnissioner State Und Office. 



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?' ''"• aTi work wS c dTe I>Von.pil.v in a'nenw 
Ime. ■*■''.,*"'* ''"\.,„.i UF.TTER THAN nw nw 
;^"^^; KK^KSrlBUSl/SJ^ is this sw nw 
SV^ION- OF TUE COINTRY. All order, sc nw 
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86 " 8 00 

36 limber 10 00 

36 " 10 OO 

86 " !0 00 

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'vlrkind's of new wheel* and new parts of; sw sw 



„;^;;rr.::.:^-;r-.orthetrad.atrea. 

'^":;^o!';tn tlS^afs Block, opposite Concert 
Hall near th. I'osi Olhce.^ (jree^LEAF. 



TORY BF Ti WflBLl. 

Bf/ PhlUp Smith, B. A. 

ONE OF THE PRINCIPAL CONTRIBITTORS 

" TO THE intTloN ARIES oF V.WY.Y.V. 

AND ROMAN ANTUiClTIKS, UI- 

O G R A P H Y A N D ti E- 

O G R A P H Y. 



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BRILLIANT, EASY SHINING, 
L,<>atli4>r Preserving 

BLACKING. 

A Composition of 

NEAT'S FOOT OIL 

AND 

PURE IVORY BLACK. 

Impaiting to BOOT and 





ILLCOX &r|IBBS 

N0IBELE8S | FABOLT 

siffiNi; 




" 18 rears i.-t il.lished in N. Y. City. 
" Only infallilvle remedies known. 
" Free from Poisons." , 

••Not dangerons to the Ilumnn l-amily. 
•• Rats come out of their holes to die. 

GOSTAR'S RAT, ROAChT&C EXTERMINATOR 



\. n |.ii>ic — \\fe>\ T'r Hut-*. 
Mi<t. Ilodifiti Bliiilc end 
Jint .!«<»,<*•■., tt-c, .iv 



WIU STITCH. HEM. PKll, Tit K. CORB. BINS 
bRAlK. QUII.T AND KMBROIDEK KKAtTIFULLY 
II wlil w^tb th» »■>•" n»-<ll. ...a tl.iMJ. niD from p.rf«-t wort 

^, rtWinifhm.. n fcrmi > H.l. .v.n .nd .ImHc .'.■". Jiff*'- 
X«3a 'ROTA-TUMO HOOK,' 

:»" b, ^ 11,:. th. «... «.ii i.™- 1" '". ',"' •' ':;j"r"' '„",";" ~^ 

U ih.t CM. .»«. 0>» •«."> '• w»rTi.ol«l NOT lO RIl' 1^ "•". 

■.,m..», .ndl" THIS STITCH ji.r.....ou.. ''•" JT' f J J'^'lfr^ 

itl SUriiltlORlTY. DURAUII.rf V. KI.A81 ICITV '"•'•« "'J T^- 

* P.l,nl.d Dtvlr. »r...nl. lb. i»-,l,ilUy .•( ibe ui».hiu. Wlnf 

mnln .'. -r.^c dlr.aloD, o, th. t.»l.r.c. wh»l .v.f w..™» or 

THE NEEDLE CANNOT BE SET WBONO, 

Thu« mv<.iJii.» th. i;r»«' Ir^ubi. of <.ll.fr'i.i«<-l.lnrt 

NO BIIKAKING OF NKKDLES. 



a t. X u^ - * " — * " 

-air. -7 coNtrMB.-.T::i>" rowju^r:, 

FLUID E::Tr.:.GT EUC'ir 

:,:daer.iad,..y..c:...a.:ai>r,....ic«ifcw.'i.,r 

Thh Medi.:'=e !-^'r«ui^s V'" p^f^;:'."^?"";;;;,';' 

iu.J >a e"o<^ tor c^i . ■^•/"^ ^ ' ■■•'• 



^.^, ,„ ., Th.bUd.of ih.tn»dleUlM«Ui»DU»mfouilUufwitoth loBi, 

♦H'OSTAR'S" bed' BUG EXTEKMINATOR ",?;*„TMMERANDFELLKCANNErEt«BKSETWRONa 

I« u lit/uill or Wlish. USP'I t'J |- aov i.o. mi.v »dju.t Ih.ml" th« »»«». Tb.h.n. u..y Uof »njr 

dc.,r"V .n.l Hl.o as » pre- I width. Noo.h.r l..n.....r ... f.ll.r l.lik. ihU. It turu. th. Urn oo 

Tent We for B^.l-Ba,-.. tc. l '*rT"«?}u: Nof PKW S^^TCUM. A. ,b. n«dU .. ..w.,. 

Ml right, th. bl»4« tbori .ua .if»i«l.t, dw« not vlbr»t«, like loapf 

*'lTu run by ilMn. •! 8«00 .tltrhe. |>«r mlnoU— oUiM io»cliln«» 
*t*aly40a to IJIK), wHb mMv. Th.y «r« 

MannfArlared with MatbrmiitlralPrfcMon, 

lUnMtKh p«rtl. !..l.Tfh...,r.^«l.i. ...d t»n h» r.;«l.lT ,,y\or,i la 
cu. of •.ni«il. Tb. miu>, i>.c»..ii..t b» »dju.t.d. h.nr, will not 
■•toot of ordrr. It -.ll l^l » If n.r«tlo«,if |.'"P.'ly '*"« "'• 
Nim. who bo.. a.«l H rr>» b. p*r.Hi«4rd tooM.nT o'"". 

Tb. roiil.Jo.^.T.i.ll..*. 'lur.t.llitv •nrU..«i.ty i.f lU .UttB 

WKRK SEVER r.QtJAI.EO. 

lU RAPIDH V. AUSOLUTESnU-SKSS. EAtiK <.K MOTIOM, 




COSTAR'S ELECTRIC POWTlER FOR INSECTS, 

In for .V..th». Mvxquifof, 
Fli-a». B.-d-Ilug», IiiwctK -ju 

Plants, Fowls, Aniiuali, t, c. 



F...^o:ia.;.»risiT.5 front I «vT:_Hf ;» °^„^,'„'^^j;; 

I'oi. i.;:i'.:lci vita 1-3 loi.owii' 



j^S..ld by all Druggists and retailers every 
Z3r\'. ! BEWARE '. '. I of all worthless Imita- 

, I *^; " ' i^Ri^piDn V AUS><LUTESni-l,^tNS. EA.-iti.r m.'iiun, 

IinDartlll ^ to BOOT and '^::^ ,^^^ .. Costab-.." name is on each box, I ••--^p"4 "-"-SU^'J^Jbr w.\V. ^n'll'Jl^^^'.r^^Ji 

SHOE LEATHER the soft- ^«^"'^-'£;:^J^irR:ri«TAR. 'Z^^^^^t^:^^^:^^^-'^^^^ 

ness and pliancy ot KIU- a-i-'-'^'^'-Y^crK:. * c-o. ' " " 

while with oiie-fourtli the _^^ ^^^ ^^^^.^^^ ,,,j „^^,,„ ,„ 8.iiu.tcr, 

Miannuta. 



■Jyrapio'-.'-s: 
ladUpo^ltion to rscr!:r-», 
l.osbOl >:oil)oij, 
V.'e:il: rervcs, 
Uorrorori'l;c3E9, 
Dlmnes-: ct Vlb-ion, 

[ lloi n. itl , 

DryncSL. of l^a f'l"Oi 

I i;i:l70rtull.!iss!tiidc 



Lota of rot7cr, 

I ::c-.:-Jt; ..uavMni. 

TrtniV.lr;, 

r! •"-!"'.3 f"' ' '0 --O''."! 
I^rav..ja. ot tlio .":.-e, 
raU; A Couai enatice, 



BLOOD! BLOOD! BLOODl 
, Kolrrtt»olcl'» 

FLUID EXTRACT 8AR8APARIUA, 

rorrnrifylng the Bloofl. removing -^" 'A^^^'K 
Uonal dlscus^B arlPin;^ from ;.n i=pnro '^^^'^^^^ 
and the only rcUab-.c a:..-! t-=tnal '«'°7^«"«^^ 
cure of 6cr^ft:la, Ec»W Head. Salt ^^onm. P^ «a 
EwcUlnc. of the Roue. Clc«»tlon. °J^"^T*^!j^ 
Legs. Dloictc8.r;:.;i/.w cu tiiS Faco, . ater. LryrtpttM. 
»nd all DCaly tropi.ui— ot tic Sila, 

AXD E'^A.r'r:g\ xy&Tg E coyau^xioy. 

i-Tomrw 

-» .K. «.«™r ,5Unrdcr3 tir:*. a— ict mankind arUe troa OM 
^r?npUrhTJc«"u:aic3int.onood 

S;;ha5lcng been souctt 'or. and now for the ^ 
ttao the puhUo h=TO one on Tvhich they ,<^'«' f 'f °<^ °" 
.paccLcrc docar.ol r^dmlt of certificates to Bbowueffectt. 
but the trial .i a Blnfilo bottle v.iU ehow to the elck h-tU 
has its virtues eurpassing anytMng they have ever t^«L 
TWO tabl«=poonllul of the Extract of SarsaparUl. added 
toaplatofT«crl3C,u>..Uo the liebou Diet I.rink^«A 
cno Eott'.o is fully oc-.al to o gallon of the Syrup of P" 
parllla, or the dccoctlov, as uEually made. 



Flau o« the U ork. 

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INCKE.\SE OF KATS.— The Far- 
mer's GazetU (Kimliah) asserts and 



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OAKDALE -TOWN 29, RANGE 
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labor usually employed in 
the applif^ations of the or- 
dinary Blackinirs, it produc- 
es a -^^'^-^^^-^^'^..^-^^^^Y'; proves by'titjures that pair of rats 

EL (;L(9*S^5, equalled onlyj;; ^ ^ 
by Patent Leather. 

Sold at Retail 
GROCERS 
DEALERS. 

Orders received by Amer- 
ican Advertising Agency, J hats ixrsm BiKDS.-Whoever cn- 

^ftO RroadwaV New York ?»}?« ■" shtH.lin- small birds is a crud 
ijftj DlOtlUWciJ' _.._ „ man; whoever aids in e.xterminatinj? 



rbTrmBM »nlv«»«llT pr»BoaiK« Iblt tb. Bim F««iiir 8*wiii( 
Macbin. .n th. wurld. \Vb«te..r th. m.tiu of ih« Mh«r n.«cMiiM, 
It U OO di.p.r.«.iu«t to »y tl.. WUko, A (.IbU U •orlh. for 
fuillv uw d..ul.U th«l"f»r« oth.r.T.r oir.tirJt.. th. public. 

Itml.wl lb. ti.'ld M«d«l of tbt Aui.rltMi lo»Ulul»— lh« Onl 
wmsium for 

**THE BEST SEWINC MACHINE.'* 

kith. «r..l N'w KnuUnd K»ir — lb. V.ri.ioi.t St»W »»ir — lb« 
P««i.«vl>-.''>«'^t»l' *«i'- II. Iiidll.t.»SlHt. r.lr — and SI oth.r 
FJr.lPreii.iun..«l tl.. ..i~tl''e. "f M" I ""'.•"I •"■! Sci.ntihc Sotnllct 
ti\ o.»r lb. world, »r« anr.nt il» tr.i.i.it. ... 1^o4. 

It Is BOW Ibc Gresi LmUIIiik Family HcM InK Uucblne 
ALL OVER THE WORLD. 

Prir. ot M.«rl.a.M, with h.uio.f'. '•il.-', |t«OK., vU caa, Cltis 
— >«dl« full air«tious Ac.,lr<>lu»i»lo »liu. 

Barnum's Self-Sewfr, for all Sf wing Marhlnes, 



au t. the ^..t ------ -;^'; ;;v,:: „ «. p^ nw 

t..n,.. .0,; •■ y »f Wvr... Pr..tl<fcace «M bu- 

nt... Dr..t.r.« :.. :._. o..)!.«cted narrative. It t- P'"- 

U, k«i. it ".thi-t k rrai..nal'W ji»«, lull >f;*' ■"';■. 

oTu ■■■■..» .t'^-on-ls in ».isi.*y.-»ucl. a- rh.*e -f Mul- 
llr Vl rir, K«rl v.n R.tt.cK. Dunclcer. an-l otlien*.- 
I'L'ifh aio..c.-pr..ve .h. a.mn.rt f- -c^-^,^-"' -;; 

ory.7/.<V HuHy *hich .« th. cUt.f aim o. th.s Hbtorj ^ ^^ 
'"Th.;*",o''or..ur whole rac.:. Ilk. th.tt „f -aeh .;p»r«te \ 

\::l..u -■' '-'" z^,;;*-::', '*^";':"';;': : li: i g xeenfield-town 

r«e of Ul..-rt5 .Ut.1 »>>■• i«-»f«!; *io» oC. K^^art,^ . ne no 

and III. .»t..r« in «~;v'^.;»;',,;m «h.n th.- iPzhrof Ci.fU- > "«• "'^ 
irtu ;;n.n^n i!-.^ oti:i;:''n:i^t app.a,anoc or sw ue 

the K..m«ii Kinpire.— innitls . Ou' .S'-^* * *;{;5^^; "" , ne UW 
th' Emi in -H niin* inclu ii'.i «!>« picture-tH" •'«'"''»' , ^ 

;j:;.,ltvil hi-torv,an.i the -.e .ly pr.^- " ^t' .! nl ' ": .^ 



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•n,c:.cK;i..,.t^:...,lf r.:;..vc.Uo goon (which tLl3 1.ea 
cJ^tiiflvaiii^yrr nov^si.roonfon'orr- 

rAiuirY. i;ru.-pxi'.:: vn\ &c.. 

jnonso: which t'jQ p;i;:-u: u.-> ;^l-;^- ''..•IfJ^' ^^. 
ih; y uf. tot lictjusutly fcr.owel by t^o5e "crtr.! uU 

,._^.. -„, -o fr.ca::. ..fl!..1rrTif.-1if5.1.:'-^o. r.cco 

ij',la:i.;holydc:..U3b.-cai;;a-;p--.i''t-' ~-ii,»OT...^.~- 
.j.:truthof t:i8E:MrMTl. 

',.e ConBtltatlt... <nc<. ^-.te" - o.-Mc rojtl^c- 
.o^.ui.os the uld of v.te.n,.luo ..st.cn,ML.u a.ala^^^^^^^^^ 
' en-.tem. which nr.T.MCO!. T'V? r.STTlA''. O- l!' ■-- 
1 "^varlal'.y docs. A trial will fon-.-lnco the t.c«t tCJpUcii 





HELMBOLD'S HOSE WASH, 
An excellent Lotion for dh^eiBCS arUlng from »'»y*« <* 
dlaslpatlon. used In connection with the Extract. Buchtt 
a..d SarBapitrJlla, In Boch dUeasea as recommended. tiT- 
t. nee of tl.o i.;ost rcspo-.tlble and reliable character win 
ccompanv .:.. meu...-.ct. Also ^-».llclt dlreci.caa for 
o e, jCTfi kundreda of tfto«jan*j living wltnessee.and np- 
\, ards of 30,000 ncsoUcitod ccrtlflcatcs and recommenda- 
tory letters, many of v. Llch are from the highest sonrcM, 
InclufUns eaiinont rhyBlclana, Oergymen, Statesmen, &e. 
The rroprictor br.s never resorted to their publication In 
the ncivEpapera ; he does not do this from the fact that Ua 
nrtlc'.cs i-atk as St-cda.d Trcparatlons, and do not need 
lobeproirelnpby certiacates. 

The St-ft-nce of Medicine, like the Doric Column, ahoold 
«tan<- f.li:iple,pi:.-e, mnjcstls, having Tact for Its bull. 
liMiucUou icr It? pillar, iir.d vrnth alone for tti CapUaU 



AND WIIOLE:<ALED A 7 THE MA^i 
FACTihERS DEPOT, 

151 Reo(U St., Xcic York 




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In R..lls ready to nail down. 



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i.Uio...— Vid th;eXtoii,i.n of th. *.• li.ll.i 
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r..nt.>'.*l nyiotti ..f Uw earth, l.i i» 

1' >ct the .leliicli.d -C'-nea ..f 

.;r .ifml-. t .lirinijinto >i.-w , 

. : lly frt'Bi ..ne irr.-al whol«-, 

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TV-^i- will be -pare.! to n..k. this h.s.. .rr jrhnUr 
lit, . - im-auJi)..uuUr iuftyle. Ii wi.lDel uu-ie. 

' U„r,tie;, auciei.t and iD«d. rn. original I Le n* 

'^f ; The va-t i.r..«r.-^ ree«..t;y uw.le lu I nW nW 

h «'...ical an.i critical ii.v.-..ti^;tliun:., the results oh- 1 ^^ ^^ 
taiue iron. ..- i.wdern science ot .■..m,..irAt.ve philol.- 
Iv ! , ehert «"«He* which hnve laid open n.w .^nrc- «>« 9^ 
^fol f. ri...a...n c .....r...t.. .he K»,r ..ff .rd »ach facll- , sw SW 



ilie» a* to make the present a fit e 

Dp. 



..ch f.r..ur umlertak 



Th.. «i.Tk will h<> divMrd Int.. thr.-e Peri.«lse-wh com- 

**V-A-€lMTUlsToRV.S«cr.-l.tn.l9.culKr: from the 
Cr'^ioQto Ih. rail ..r the Western Empire in A. 
B *>5. Two Voliiiue--. . _ , . • , 

n_M i.VvtL nisTar, Civil and K'.' "m.r.cM ; 
l„.,n Ihe tall ..f the Western Empire to the Wk- 
iiu ..t C ;, -tu.it. if.i.le by the Turks, ta A. D. 
14*S Two V.>lunie.<. 
m-»loJu.> Ui-^TORV. from the F.tl of the ByxanUne 
" Emi-ir. I., our own Time.. Fottr V.lu...«. 
lt»illbei>ul.li-heli>i'iv,.ls,Svo. Prico In cl.^lh 
*,>.*," T'lfune Si.eep.«.5.. Halalf Morocco, IS. 

L^kN ri w::^^.^ in A1.I. PARTS of th« COl^RT 
4.W X 410 Br . i lw»y, N * York. 



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(1 lARDIAN'S SALE.— Pursuant to an or- ; 
T dfr ot '.he Probate of Ramsey count.v, ; 
Minnuesota, liccusing mc to sell cerum real j 

**NoVice iST'hori'bv givon that on the 7tli day 
ot October. ISiVo, at 12 oVlook M. of that .lay 
on the toilowing dcscribeU premises m the , 
town of Woodbury, in the county of Wash- 
ington, and State of Minnesota. I will sell at 
public auction, to the hij,'hest bidder tor cash, 
the tulltiwitig described real estate, situate , ae ue 
and l.ein" in said town ot Woodbury, to wit : ue nw 
The jo'uthwest qtiartcr (J) of se.-tion eleven ^ uw nw 
(11). .nd the noMh.ast .luaiter (J) of the ^ sw nw 
no. tli-west quarter (i) of section fourteen (14) .ne nw 
township twenty-«ij,'ht (2S) niniie twenty-one, | ne sw 
(21) About ouc-haU of said property h tenc- nw sw 
ed and under cultivation and there is a good , sw sw 
house, barn and out building and a well of | se sw 
water, on said prenii-cs. , nw se 

SIMUN POWERS, Guirdian. | svr se 



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Boofing 

Costing less than half as much as Tin. 

Roofing 

Mt.re durable thiii. Tin. 

Hoofing 

Suitable ft.r steep or flat roofs. 

Hoofing 

Not injured by heat or tt'ld. 

Hoofing 

E.isily and rapidly applied. 

The most of the materials employed 

in the constriicti-'n of tins Uoofiiig, have 

bt-en used in various ways lor roofing 

purooscs for over fifteen years, and our 

manner ofc.mbininj; thorn into fHie firm, „,.^ , ,^ 

impermeable, uniform fabric, secured by ^^ j,, ^,,.^.„t d,.,naiid all over the country 

Patent, increases their durability, wliile l^Jfedina, Ohio, Ouzette. 

at the same time being luaiuifactured by | g^.^. ^^ CtistAit's" advertisement in this 

machinery on a largt^ scale, the cost is ; p^p^r. 

lessened. Our Roofing ia adapted to j 1 mS^ 

buildings (.fall descriplit.ns, and in all . ,.r.trv i.* <\\l -rnV V\I> WFST 

climatt^s, and can b. applied to steep or A \ OICE H OM 11 E 1 AK \\ ESI 

flat roofs old or new aipJ by ordinary | -bpeaking of Lostar s l.at, Ivtich 

workmen at a tritli.g expense. For uni- |tkc.. Exterminator-" more grain and 



— IMl'KOVED— 

The greatest improvement yet in the Fcwinj; 
Machine art. A curiosity worth seeing. 

Please send for circular with sample of sow- 



i:cmolalnts Indigent tc the ^-ex, or In tha 
ccap .it" "jj^f-vrsB 03 CUA^iiOK OF LIFE, 



C^ 



ing. 



Those Improved Machines save o.sk ncNuiitn 



(o/sisa benefactor. We ^llouId like 
some of our correspondents lo give us 
the benefit <if their experience in driving 
out these pests. We n*»ed something 
besides dogs, cats and traps for this bis- 
iiH'ss. — Scicnlijic American. 

ri^'-Sce "CoSTAuV advertisement 
in this p'per. 

1805. 

"COSTAR'S- UAT EXTERMINA- 
TOR IS simple, safe and sure — the most 
perfect Rat ification meeting wi; have ev- 
er attended. Every Rat that can get it, 
properly prepared according to direc- 
tions, will eat it, and every t.ne that eats 
it will die, generally at some place as 
distant fls possible from where the med- 
icintj was taken. — Lake Shore, Mich., 
Mirror. 

See "• Costak's" advertisement in this 

paper. 

1805. 

HOrSEKEErKRS tr.iubled with 

vermin neeil be so no lt»nger, if ihey use . i.vijvk«'T10\ 

•'CosTAaV E.xterminator. We have | chined which tor DLAL1\ and I LWLcUUN 

used it to our satisfaction ; and if a box uf fim?;ii are not surpassed by any manufac 
covt ^Ti we Would have it. We have 




It. 




Take to Talsain. :leicar..-,i.r unp., 
■npleasr>nt and il.-. .ifcro'is C.\z '-=c;. 

iiXiiiiiBuLu'ii tAii\A 

ASS 



>c.iui lae ilclne for 



'h © 1-. 



Cares 



Liciet 3Ji.5..-6e3 



to all their staecs ii' '•''' er.p6uso. l-tih^^no change of 
PERCENT. Of Tliread and Silk, and make the 1 diei.nolncoovcnlor^-j;- ^ vo -^-OSraE. 

j •^"\ 

LOCK STICII alike on both bides. I F S 

Tliey require no instruction to ojicralc per- 
fLCtly, except •* the printed direction 

No change in sewing from one kind of goods 
to another «« « . • 

And r.o taking apart to clean or oil. 

Our NEW MANUFACTORY is now coir. 



My Exlrsct EarBipcrlUa ta a Uood rnrltJcr ; tay Extrae* 
Enchu \b o Elurcllc. and win net as rr.cb In oil casci. 

EoUi tiro prepared on purely eclcntlllc principle*— <« 
tacuo-;.. I -ro ilo c^oat LotJvc measures of either thai 
con bo m-dc. A rca.'y end conclnslve test will be a com- 
rarlsoa of their propcrUc2 ttUU those sot forth In the toV 
l«Trlcs vrorUs : 

6co El:pc3:".tory of the United State*. 

Boo i . — ■ '.:'.- • E=a' valuable works oa the PraetlM 

of rt.- -'■• ' ._., 

Eco ri:'-..-1.5r-;."'.o by the celebrated Dr. Phtsic, rhll*. 
fee -r -.:.■.: lu< xi...:.c I V tr. ErcEAiii McDovteix, a cele- 
tried ^lt-^a.'ii iiL.i 2.;:2Jbcr cf tho noyal College of 
tur-conj.!!- -:=(»! tail r^tH^tcd in the TranMCtlonsot 
.; i_c Cing and Vc--^-. ..- — —'• ^ . .. „ .k. 

■^ I eco Modlco-Chirurglcal r.cvlew. pnblUhed by Hzsr* 
Tbavtee. rellow of the r.oy:.l CoUece of Snrgeonu. 
6co laojt fjt tie lite .standard trorltfi oa iledidoe. 




USE tIKLM HOLD'S 
, E X T R .^. C T B U C H U 

t ror all utrtctlons nr.d dUeasca of these organs, v.hethoi 

liZisTi-.-^. i;i MALI, on r:;:;.iA:-3, 

Fiomv.ha1cvcrt"nEcorlRir3lln::.andnoiuatl.crl.orlonB 
DUee.Mof thCf- sr-aaa r;'»aUe thu aid of a 




ctimdlr.* 
plete, with all Its maehinory and tools witirdy | '"""Jf'gLWBOLD'S EXTRACT EUCIiU 
new, and is already rapidly turning out Ma- ! jg th.0 Gie-t iyiaietic. 

And Ills certain to have tho d3=lrcd c2ect In all dleeasea 
for v,h:ch It \z rcccinTii'"'':^ !. 



tried jMiison.-;. but they; efilcted nothing; 
but " Costar's" article knocks the breath 
out of Rat-s M ice, Rt>acbes and Bed- 
Biigs, (piieker tliaii we can write i'.. It 



ture in (he world; 
N. II. — Should any Machine prove unsatiu- 

factorv, it can be returned and money refund- 
ed. 

Agents wanted in counties not panvasscd by 
our own apjents. 




eOLn BT AIL rr.rGCl£T=? ETERI WHtEB. 
Address letters for liifon:ii..Soa. ia tcaCdence, to 

Priiicip.sl JDcjiOis— 

Helmbold's Drug and Chemical V/irehousc, 

No. 594 B3CADT7AY, N. Y., 

l;ii TO 

HeliT.bo'.d's MeJic:.! Depot, 

No. 101 S0UT3 tijnt:: ct.» phila. 






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FIXKI.E & IA OI^, 

Seirino .Vmhhtc Company., 

workmen at a tritli.g expense. For uni- |t&c., i^xterminator-" more «ra..i aim , ^ . 

foimitv rf.Mialityconvpletenessoffiniih, I provisions are destroyed annually |" j x o. 533 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 



tatilify oi appiicaiioii, t-tic.j.i.cov, «... - - ' j ■' ^ , . „ , , 

dnrabilty. we invi.ea llu^iough trial, j pay for tons of this Rat u.u Insect _ 

We also manufacture Killer."— X</«ffl«er, U ..y., /A/-«W. SlCtlhVS iSCHrftOil MSlttcrS ! 

See " CosTAK s advcrti-^ctnciit in thn 



New Shirt for 

1 8 C 5-0. 

The great invention of the age in 

HOOF SKIRTS- 

J. W. BRADLEY'.S New Patent DUPLEX 
ELLIPTIC (or double) SPUING SKIV.T. 



For Leakv Tin and Iron Rtuifs. 



paper. 

I 18 6 5. 

Much cheaper and more durable than FARMERS and H.iusekeepers should 
oil paint, as it forms a much heavier ; recollect that liuinl reds of dollars worth 
body and will not crack, run or Hake | of Grain, Rrovisit)ns, tkc, arc aiiimally 
,(]•_ ' destroyed by Rats, Mice, Ants and oth- 

er iiiscels and vermin — all of which can 
be prevented by a few dollars worth of 
" C istalrV Rat, Roach, i:c., E.\termina- 
tor, bought and iiM-d freely. 

U^r^.See " Cost All's" advertisement in 
this paper. 

'J;^'Sold in Slillwater, Minnesota, 
r*?^I5y CAR LI 6i CO., and by all 
Druggists and Dealers. 



Sivaui\s Bourbon Hitters / 
Stcaurs Be urban Bitters ! 



CoDipouud Cement. 

For Leaky Shingle Roofs, Chimneys 
and Skylights. 



18»>.5. — nl 3t 



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Patcd. St. Paul, Aug. -it*. t, , e 

_ ^ — I lot 1 of ne 

ORTGAGE FORECLOSURE.— Whereas Jot 2 nw 



AFTON— TOWN :';, RANGE 20. 



default has l«^en made in tlie payment of 
the monee secured bv a certain inortgn;,'e exe- 
cuted by William McKusick of Washington 
fout.ty, Minnesota, to Andi-ew Mackey of Al- 
ton in said countv and State, dated the 
12th d*y of February a d. 1S39, which said 
niort^age was reconied in the otfiee of tlie 
BegiJter of Deeds ot the coT-ty of Washington 
ftfon-siiid in book F ol n...ii-4ges, on page 44 
on the 13th day of Febioary a. d. 1859, at lo 

A. Jt. , 

And whereas the said mcrtnagc was on the 
18ih davofSepteifber, A. D, 1865. by the 
said Andrew Mackey, duly sold and assigned 
to one John McKusick ot said county which 
saiil assignment t>ears date on thiU dav, and 
was reconied in tiie office of the R.gister ; 
of Deeds in and lor snid county of Washington ! 
on the 19ih day of September, '.863, in book I 



16 Prairii f»l > 00 
16 " 19 00 

>ot^*- ^* '.: silo 

lot 5 *e 16 " B iH> 

STILLWATEK-TOWN 30. RA 
lots 2. 3. 5, 6, 7.8, l». 10 . 
11 12, 14, 15. ot ne 16 Prairie 8 00 
lot* 1 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 
»,^«), 11. I-. 13,14, 15, 



GE20. 



, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 
1-2, 13,14,15. 



!(>, of nw 
lots 1. 2. :i 

9. 10, 11, 
■ 16, ofsw , » o *" 

lots 1. 2. 3, 4, 5, b, 7, 8, 

9, 10, 11.12. of se " 
• MARINE-TOWN 31 
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lot 8 of nw 
Its 5, 6, 7, », 11, ,, .. 

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' No lands will be sold for less than their ip- 
praiscd value per acre, am the right is re- 



\tU Mil. *•'»•» *•". ~ I • 

G of mortgages, on pag.s 4l>6 and 4'J/. | lot 8 of sw 

The amount clainunrto be and now due on lot 10 of sw 
said mort2;ige at the time of the first publica 

tifin of tlii-i notice is the sum of f'>63 83. i>rair.<.u .-.— t-- -- ,. - , . - 

"now Jue.elore notice is hereby given that i Lrved to withdraw from , .arket any 
bv virtvie of the power of sale contained in | uacts advertised on btUiyosa^^^ | 

^i.i mo. ttra- and in pursuance of the statute '1 he lenns ot the sale ar such b, law, that 
In s ic" t".V made ^and provided, the said lands designatt.1 " Timber seven y five per i 
^^or gage w U be foreclosed by the .ale of the ; cent, of the purchase mon, y must be paid at 
^remte's in said mortptge described, at public ! the f.oie of sale, while Un, . f "^/'"'^ J^'^ 
»ucti»m bviheSl.erift-of said countv at the r.e," only hftcen per cent of ^ '« P"/^''**^ 
:^;nf ie^Sberiff in thecity of _^tUU.e. 1 „.oney wUl be r.pi.^.^^ V.he^ 

la *e ruonev required 
""■ „„ =.i,l a^v down is mentioned in the proper column. In 

^«TrSr:::l^^«scrlbed in said mortgage are ea.i .se, tl. bt>Unce . ^^purch^e m^ey 

'"'H "^e^of section number nine (9, ' time, within twenty year, at the opuon of the 
in townshio(3o) thirty north of range (21 ). purchaser ; provided inte, est in adtance at 
twei tv-one' west in the district of lands sub- 
ject to sale at Stillwater, late Territory now 
S Lite of Minnesota, containing 160 acres ac- 
cordin" to U. S. (Jovernment Survey. 

" JOUN McKUSICK, Assignee. 

L E- Thompso.v, Any. }.!r Assi;;iiee. 
Stillwater, Sipt. 19tTi, 1865, 



A sure remedy that will often save 
the cost of a new roof. 

Snmples of Roofing ind Circulars 
sent by mail upon application. ^ 

Favorable t-^rms made with respon- 1 _ - , _ -«- I9IIOIAICCC 
sible parties wh.> buy to sell again. A Hit WW DUOlniCwd 

REA >1 ROOri^O CO., 
n46 73 MAIDEN LANE, N. Y. | 

^TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF \ EDWARD DEGGELLER, 

(O Washington, ss. — In Probate Court. — In 

the matter of the Estate of John Mes.siuger, _._.^-.-, mr . », |\ Tk 11 (1 fl 11 Tl 
late of said Countv deceased. WvV ^ L I \! 11 II ^ V \ V \\ 

Upon reading and filing the petition of So- [)H^'|VO IV 1 1 \ li 11 fj 13 L 111 

phia Messinger of said county, widow of John "^ ^ 

Me.ssinger, late of said countv deceased pr.iv- ! ^gg^ Qf STATE PRISON, IN STONE 

ing for reasons therein set forth, tliat letters | 

of administration upon the estate of the said I HOUSE OF FRANK AIPLE 

John MeSi-.n^'cr deceased, may issue to her-eif | 

It is ordered that said application be heard i The highest market price will be paid for 

and determined before me at my office in the ; r,ppR ohi-VP ...rf HOnSF "SKINS 

city of Stillwater, in said countv, on the 11th } DEER, SULEP and HOUSE SKlNSs. 

day ot October next, at 2 o'clock p. m. of , .gp^^j^i notice is hereby gi ven that having 
'^AnfriUs further ordered that notice of said ' had 2.5 yi^an. experienc'e in the 7'^.V.VAV^ 
application and hearing be given to all persons EUSIXESS, I am prepared to dress Buck- 
in'erested in said estate, by publishing a copy g|ji„j, of all kinds at the lowest prices, 
of this Older I. >r three succesr-ive weeks prior . . . j • i,-^., 

to said dav Of hearing in the Stillwater M.s- Particular attention given to dressing skins 
sen.'er a weeltlv newspaper published iu said and furs, letting the hair remain on the same, 
cou-nty -^^^^^^^ j„,„, „f p,,bate. \ Satisfaction will be guaranteed to all. 
I Dated, Stillw.iter, Sept. 1?, 18t>3 



A h.-nlthv tniilc, ffMtitlertliniiil.iiil, nnd unciiiml- 
le.l iii..riiinn .ipin-ti?..*. Prepaiirt In ri|..- ..Id 
JLnirtvii. neiiiK'ii.iw ti.f.l t.>theexclii^i'.ti ol 
iill ..ihcr mtti-rs. Ill ni.»ro than titty I intt.l 
Bt.it.s Army llorpitnh, and milii..ii.» "f piivatu 
fninilit... anil \* tht; «"/;/ i».ptiliir mtdicin'! 
whiih hnn l.et-n (•<<|.fci!illy txtnijittd /rom 
ttmiili Uir l«y the L'liiteil Stitt.s (;..vi'iiinicnt. 
t.n llie trr..nii*.l ..lii" hiiviiig h't-'ii ft.l"I>ti-<l as a 
i(l;in.l.ird remtdij hy the iiiclical i.rorusoion. 

Swam's Bourbon Bitters. 

*5-''hcy ar.' nia.lc- <if iiirr.-fliiMt" «<H-kn.iwn 
an.l ai.pi..vwl l.y Ih- Mi;OIC.\l. Pll(»KK:>?IO^ 
ashatiii(r I'OWERFLL TONIC IM'OPKHTIKS, 
ari' h .Ih pa'.i'iihleaiiil phusant. ttilli (.ulh'.ient 
8TKE.^■GTlll;^1.^0 PKOPKIlTlKiJ to lorr.ct 
Wsv hili..tiB .Uranjiiiiirnt of the <y«teni, and act 
lik.a.harni «hni lak.n acc.r.lini: to direc- 
ti.ii i.-. a r.in.'lv for th.- fell■.w^Il(r<li''«•=«*'•»':— 
I\I.I(;ESTIO^•. ■ nVSI'KP.-'lA, JAU.NDICK. 
LIVKU AKKE TIONS l-OSS OF APPETITK, 
LOVtNESS OF SPIHIT, SALLOW COMPLEX- 
ION. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters ! 

FOR 

HEADACHE, COSTIVENES:*, an.l kindred <\\s- 
eaw s, arisiiic Ironi n <li«<.id<;<l riUKlitinii ..t the 
8ton;:.rh, Liver, or B jweli. L'-i every ..ne try 
the*.- Hur.eal.le BitteiK ; imce trie.l kiuI "s.'d, 
they will rco .niio ii.l them with ciitidv?" to 
air..th.rs who are in neirt of " « ".le.s'.ine, 
airreeal.l.- ami .necttial topic. The rapicily In- 
oreaslnu .hmmd f.v theoe Bittern hai in.lii. ert 
nil' t.i dive theiu puhlirity, so that thnu.s«iuls 
who h.ivi.- not used th»m, may try them anil be 
cooviDued of thilr elBcacy. 



MuiiT^JACE sal::. ;i:«, 

Whcrer.r, default has been lu.ile in the con- 
dition;, of a certain indenluie of mortgage 
bearing dat.- tlic third day of January a. i> 
1803, executed by Adam Albreclit, late of the 
counly of Washington Minnesota, mortgagor, 
unto Su.sanna AngLlsbcrg, ol tlie same county, 
mortgagee, dulv recorded iu the oflice of the 
Uc'iricT of D.-cds in and lor Washington coun- 
tv Slate of Minnesota, on the lt>lh day of 
March 1863, at 11 o'clock a. n. iu book G of 

. . 1 mortgages, 1 ages 29. 30 and 31, upon which 

o T^ 1 / . \ thiTi' irt claimed to be due and is due at the 
This :uveniion con..iHs of Duplex for wo) ^•'; ^Jf^J^''^^ , „,, ,.,,„ ,,• 4,51 82 -being 
Eir.puc i'u. e Uefa.Kd ^tee bpring •"«" .-u.^ ^ t^^'n of tho purchase money of said preni- 
ly l„-ai.i-.l lightly an.l hi inly together e.ig. to , o « 1> ^ ^.rocc.-dings at law have 

edge, ,i,a;<lng the tou,h..-t, most flexib e e.a - -s^ C\u'^...o.,r the amount due iheicon 
tic and du.Mble Sp. ...g ev.r used. 1 Ue> »el- b , h ^^^^ ^^.^ u.orlg:.gor, 

dom btu.l or break, like the the b.nglt. bp.u.g. , o ^ > P .^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^ 

and coii..q«ently p.v..,e.ve thcr prefect und ^ V^^ ^^^ ^.^.^,^ ..j ,.;, ^^nt undeMuity of 
beautiful Shape motv than twice as long a. ^^^-^^^J „ V„ ^,.j ,,. ,,ij .?,..i,es except one 
any Singl.- Spring Skut that Ever Has or tun j ;^:J^r';f;j.' '^',.,^.i, i,,„vi.ion i= cont.dned in 

"'^'hetonderful flcxibii:ty aiid great comfort | ^'i^-J^S- ^^ „^.,,^,. j, ,,„,i,y given that, 
and pleasure lo any Lad-. «e ouig the .Di.pkx of a power of sale in said mortgage 

Elliptic P'^ '•\\'''.':V;''"o:cS ""t^^VZ:^^^--^^- ,.u.-suancc of the statute in 
in ull crowded As.^cmb,ic... <)..tra,, tariia^es, , ^.^^^ ^y.,^^. and i.rovided, the premises 

Kaiiroui Cars. Church ews, Arm U-.-., ft>. , -^ ; -- >> ^^^^ ^,^^.^1._^^^ ^.^.^ „,^„^,,g,, ^ 
^ — ii"ri»de apd Hcusi! Urcsr, ao the ^Kul ^.m "^-'^ 

- occupy a small place ] wit :— ■ 

i,:.-- ••-..The li- 

ar 

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Cv-lCpart of 



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, , -D'ii. -, f bers, and V'J A: 81 Keaae Streets :«ew lorK. 

Swains Bourbon l5lLLerS I For Sale in all first cla.ss stores in this CHy, 



t 
tl 

SL-'V 
r< • 
tw ; 

in, 

dov 

a-/ 

Ttt^s, and ar^. 

giTing to the tvcai-cr the 

perfect Shape possible, and ar^ 

the lightest, most desirable, comta. 

economicai Skirt ever made. 

Wcjst's Bradley & Carv, Proprietors ot 
Invention, and Sole Manufacturers, 97, Cliatft^ ^^j ^^^^ ^^^ 

bers, and 79 & 81 Keade Streets New York. •>.\,..«%i*i„eiitha1.;r Jr.', 



?^)said 



Stillwater, Aug. 29, 1865.— nl-2m. 



St. Croix & .Umiuippi Steamboat Compenj. 



otti'-e of Uie Sheriff in the city of Stillwater, ' nioney will be required, 
county of Washington, Minnesota, on the first especially valuable lor tii 
da o[ Novemb...r A. d. 186-5. at 12 o'clock ' proportion of the purcha 
•._ ' „..:,i A.^r ilown is mentioned in the 



The New Light-Draft Steamboat 

VIOL j^. 



St. Croix Brewery. 

AT S T I L W A T E R, M I N. 



rS^LADIES. wh.i hav.^ tried and found mo» 
oth.r '-STOMACH BITToUS ' too l.ittr.unpal- 
atitbU' an.l l.-o hlchlv m-d.cated f»r th-'ir tleli- 
c.ite ta-'t.'. plea"'- (--iv.- thcs.' a trial, and you 
»ill not he with.itt th.-iii. Th'-y will givn toiio 
to the iit<.inacli, anil cireiiirih to the wh.jle ay»- 
tein WW If vi'UT<liu«rt:iM or traile»ii>an haa 
not not TUlfK HITTKItS. h .v.- him send tor 
th.-m. {3riU-nn-rabi-r the name, and take uo 
other. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters. 



and throughout the L'nited States and Cana- 
da, Havana dc Cuba, Mexico. South America, 
and the West Indies. 

Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or double) 
Sprint; Skirt. 

A.kC. 



ri^The c..inp.)»ition of Dr. Swain's Bittern having 
been nia.le (.tiHUr thro, ph th'.- colunino <.f M--<li<-al Jour- 
nal*, anil haviiip he.-n adopttd k!. a stands nl rem.-dy hy 
the Medical Ptof^t-l..n. are l.y th,- d.ci-i..n "f '^e Com- 
„ nii«l..ner of Internal K -venue, KXKMPT FROM STAMP 

_ _ _, Mr. G. KNIPS would beg leave to inform all olty. swain P t 

will make regular semi-weekly trips for the lovers of ^'OOA /'triJA' 5^£'/?. that he has | ^^nr^^.l. X.nK """ °" 
season betww'n La Crosse, Stillwater, and all | enlarged and thoroughly repaired Ins Brewery, 1 Orwic— - - .. -^ ■'.-■^. -. 

:«*^.f*.t^>^i;.al.> t.i.i(\»j rkM tltlA \l i<si<i^initi riVtif. l ~»^ k»a ■•AaiamA^l *K<k ma M II frt^t tl Pf* of* llH<^r. WltD 



( ;U 8 mth Watw Str**t, Cliica^. 



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L A y K S ! 
<i? inVird= for sale af this Office. 



the rate of seven per cent pej annum, on the ; 
unpaid balance is paid to the first day of June, 
1866, and annually Iheie. Iter. 
Purchase money payalle in legal tender 

I't-r-sone porehasing l*n Is upon which oth 
uarties have made inipro ements, will be re- 
quired lo pay the owner of the same the 1^ 
oraised value of improve nents, one half to be 
paid at the Umc of sale, nd the balance with- 



~t..rv... u^. -.■,.. .. •^~ ter, ana aii ' eniargeu anu morougniy repmit^u ms uicv. j, - - , ,>.( oniui nmn k^no.:.., ^...•-s"- 

int"crtnediatc points on the Mississippi, river. ^^^ 1,^3 resumed the manufacture of Beer, with ; C, A. COOK, General Agent for the west 

Freight and passengers will be carried ^,^. i„j.reased facilities for carrying on the Chicago, 

through without rtvshipmcnt, at regular rates, » 
makinc direct connections with Express trains , business, 
at La Crosse and all point* ea.^t. , I am prepared to fuiniah to Mie people o 

The traveling public will find this the short- gtiH^ater and vicinity the very 
e«t and most pleasant route to Milwaukee and 

Chicago. I Beat tMrtUle or Beer, 

Shippers will ship via La Crosse & Mil. R 



Shippers will ship via l>a l./ros3e a, .wii. iv. 1 
R., and have their goods marked " Care ol m large or small quantities. 
. Steamer Viola, La Crosae," G. KNIPS. 

June U!flB»»~-o41 20t November. 1864 -nlOtf 



Chicago. 
Sold at Wholesale in .Chicago by Fuller, 
Finch & Fuller ; Burnham & Van Schaack ; 
Chas. Ci. Smith ; Lord 4 Smith ; J. II Reed k 
Co. ; Smith k Dwyer, and all Druggirt.s and 
Grocers evcrvtthere. n25-ly. 



PE T R 01. E IJ fll O I L, Extra 
Quality 



retail, bv 



For sale, wholesale and 
J. A DATES. 



TRKvsrnv Departmf.vt. ") 

OfBee of the C.'inptr.iilerof the Ourw-nry V 

Wa.-!hiiii{ton A' gust 9: h l-iib. ) 

\l'nERE.\S bv satl«faLti.ry evidence pr..-eiited lo the 
uud-rcigned. It ha» been siiade to appear that I he, FIi-hI 
N.tti.inil Bink ol Stillwater in the City of S illwater in 
the County of Waahinpton and State of Minnesota has 
K-eit duly ..rKantz.-il iiiid-r ami according to the requir- 
nieiita of the Act of C'.ni:re''« entitk-'I - An Act to pro- 
viil- for a Nalior.al Currency B"cured by a pli'd«e of 
Vnited Slale.- hoii.ls, and to provide fo'- the circiilatisn 
and ifdetniiti'in theri-.>f appr.jve.l June 3rd ISOt and 
hit* coniplieilwiih all the provi»ions<.r8ald Act reiinirad 
t'l hf com lied «itli I.efoiecoiunieLciug Uie busiiiiMsa of 
BankinK under naid A«t. 

NOW THERFORE 1 Fn-eman Clarke C .mpt roller of 
the Ciirreiicv. do h--r ';y certify th t "The First Na- 
ti.>iial Bank ..f Stillwater in the City of S;lllwaU-r In Die 
County of WashiiiKloi. and Slate of .Minn-soW is aulh- 
orize.l to coinmenco the huslneas of Binkitig under the 
act aforeiaid. 

IN TBSTIMONV W^HEREOF witne«s my hand and 
Boal of oOicc Ihia 9th day of Aueust 186n. 

FREEMAN CLARKE, 
Cc>inptr'jJl-:T of (he Currency 



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l de- 



• , .' -^-.„^ ---, 

died intestate, leaving poou 
late in said county, and pra). 
of ailministration upon the estat - 
ceased may is.sue lo said petitionei-. 

It is oidercd that said application be ^ 
and determined befoie me at my office iin^ieard 
city of Still water iu said county, on tlk« lluifhe 
.i-i.t of October next at 10 o'clock A. M. of 
that dav. 

And it is furtlicr ordered, that notice of said 
!ippli<^^ati<in and hearing be given to all persona 
interested in said estate, by publishing a copy 
of tliis order foi three successive weeks piior to 
said day of hearing, in the Stillwater Mentetifjer , 
a weekly newspapei published in the said coun- 
ty ol Washington 

MOLLIS R. MURDOCK, 

Judge of Probate. 

Dated, Stillwater, Sept. 18, 1805. 



SINGER'S FASILV SEWING MACBRL 

The undersigned has received the agency o 
the above Macbioe ior this city and vinity. 

I will sell them at St. Paul priceii, thereby 
saving to the purchaser, freight and traveling 
eapenscs. 

JOS. E. 8CHLENK. 

Stillwater, May 15, 1866 —nS8 



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STILLWATER, HITOl^ESOTA, OCTOBER 10, 18^5, 



IVUillBJBR 5. 




OCTOBER 




A. J. VAN V0RHES^EDIT0R_AND PUBLISHER. 
Tenns -Two D»ll»rT\ar. InnriiWj in k^nm. 

Office, 



Berriheimer's BlocU. 



RATES OF ADVERTISING. 

121 .'fn*!, (100 /w* or /<.«) rim.t^ft«i« a *9'«'«J 
On« «.tu»re, for one knwrtion, - - * •' S 

" each aiJJiUonal " • * 

Oae-fovirlh coluiua, 8 months, • 

8 " - • • 
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Ooe-half column, 8 cn'>othi, • • " 
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•%\^rc?nJ%\%*1..uir':;;,rhe ch.r,e. ror each 




MANUFACTURED BY THE 
Baby Ttnilcr Manafafturing Company, 

939 imOAUWAY, N. Y. 

THE BABYTENDERis ihe most complete nnd 
ujttul Nurscrv liivoiiiion of tlie «j;e. From* 
charming Spring Cra. ill- it is easily and al- 
most instaut'y convtritd luto either ot the 
following articles, vii 



p. C. HANKS, 
Albany. HI- 



H 



R.A.T'T 



A. T. JKNKS. 
SiillwattT, Mln. 

& J E :« K s» 

Will contrnct to deliver Lop. and Lumber 
•t any point on the Mis^i^'sippi river between 
St. Paul or Stillwater and Memphis. Tenn. 

Will also buy and sell Los?* 

n48 Stillwater. Min. 



on commission 



A 



Wm. M. McCLUER, 

TTORNEY AND COUSSELLOR AT 
LAW. Ofik*in Murdock Bros Block. 
Stillwater. Minnesota. 



C esUiUl street, 



HOLLIS R. MURDOCK, 

k TTOUNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
V. and C. neral Au^nt. Stillwater, Minnesota. 
Stillwater April a>M3 t\L. "'^^- 



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ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW. 

A. B. STICKNEY, daim A^nt. 

Office in Bernheiinn"'* mark. 

Ovtr ScWeak's Clothin;; Stor*, 

Stillwater. Min. 

Will pay partie.iUr attention to prose<>uting 
Soldiers' CUim-< in the Depart- 
ment Rt Washington. 
L. R. COBNMAN A. rt. STICKNEY 



XRECLiyiNCr COUCH, for chil- 
dren tito young to ■«U alone. 

A SPRING CflAIR. 

A BABY WALKER, attractive 
and useful. 

An OTTOMAN Jor \\ie parlor and 
'lining room. 

A HOBBY HORSE, f'>r children 
imdtT five years. 

A BABY JUMPER, for security, 
e.xercise and anuis. tiient. 

\ BABY HORSE, (or when ele- 
vated) a 

HIGH CHA IR, for the table. 

A NURSEKl CHAIR. 

The motion of the »aby Tender, whicl* is 
VERTICAL ami NoisLKs I, is derived from a Spir 
al Spring in the Ottoman; and. unlike that of 
the conmion Roekim or Swinging Cradle, it 
is in the highest deg.ee healthv. delightful and 
soothing. It RsLtKViaiHK MoTHKtt from the 
hardest part of baby tending. 

PRICES FU 0:« «25 to «50. 

OPIMO^S OF THE PRE.**. 



Tlje wools of Oct..'.er, how brightly they gleam. 

When «unli|{ht Is rteAraing thi-ir branch«>« between ; 

The eriramm and orange the (rreen and the gold. 

All forminf a plrlurt- nio*t fair to belmld ! 

I lovo there to wander at twilight al.me. 

And Hit to the wll 1 wind'* low muskal moan, 

.\H It slniteth a dirge for thi< sumraer departed, 

A renuiera low far the desolate he*rteil. 

The ikies of October, how B"ft In th«ir hue. 

When sunlight and nw light are blen<led with blue. 

And fair fleecy iloudi float in quiet away. 

Like iMand* of peace In some beautiful bay I 

And when Di;;ht draweth round her mauUeol gloom. 

The fair shining «Urs the de«p darkness illume. 

And glimmer like llghU in those maniioni of love. 

Which Chriit hath prepared for hii children above. 

0. deal native month : best beloved of the year ! 

The children of summer may call thee severe. 

And weep that thy rude wind* ihonld icatter tlie 

flowers 
Wlilch blo»«.med io brightly In summer's gay bowers ; 
But to aie. with instruction thou ever are rife, 
r .r thou bringest to mind the October of life ; 
And youths summer, 1 know, is not alwayi to itay, 
Sot always we bask In the sunshine of May. 

In the way of true, forcible and poetic iimllei. the 
following bv Adelaide Proctor, ha» not been often 
surpassed. A Iwy •« speaking of hi« infantine recul- 
lectioDi of hta dea.1 mother : 

The mere thought 
Of her great love tir me has brought 
Tears In my eyes. Though far away, 
It seems as it wore but yesterday. 
And just as when I look on high 
Through the blue silence of the sky, 
Fresh stars shine out , and more and more 
Where I could see so few before; 
So the more sUadily t gaie, 
Upon those far-ofi misty daya, 
Fresh wordi. fresh tones, fresh memoriee start 
Before my eyes and i.i my heart. 



The Ro««e Tree— A Legend. 

There wa.s once upon a time a .£:ood 
man who lui<l two chiUlren ; a girl by 
a tirst wife ami a boy by the second. 
The girl was as white as milk, and her 
lips were like cherries. Her hair was 
like gulden silk, and it hung to the 
ground. Her brother loved her dear- 
ly, but her wiekeil stej.-mother hate.l 
her. " Child," said the step-mother 
one day, " go to the grocer's shop and 
buy me a uound of eantlles. 



a poi 



She 



gave 



her the money, and the little girl 
went, bought the candles, and started 
on her return. There 
cross. She put 
whilst she got over the itile. tp 

came a dog, Ji"'^ •"•"' *'^ ^^ '^'^ 
candles. 

She went back to the grocer.-; and 
ond buiuii. Siie came to the 



The jeweller gave the watch and 
chain. The bir«i took it in one foot, 
.111(1 the shoes in the other, and flew 
awav, al\er having repeated the song, 
to w-here three millers were picking a 
mill-stone. The bird perched ou a 
tree and sang: 

" My wicjced mother slew mc, 
Mv dear father ate me, 
My little brother, whom I love, 
Sits below, while I sing above, 
Stick !•' 

Then one of the men put down his 
tool, and looke<l up from his work : 
"Stock!" 
Then the second miller's man laid 
aside hi.s tool, and looked up: 
" Stone !" 
Then the third miller's man laid 
down his tool, and looked up : 

" Dead !•• 
Then all three cried out with one 
voice: "Oh, what a beautiful song! 
sing it, sweet bird, again !" 

" If you w ill put the mill-stone 
round my neck," said the bird. 

The men complied with the bird's 
request, and, away to the tree it flew, 
with the mill-stone round its neck, 
and the red shoes in the gras]» of one 
foot, and the gold watch and chain in 
the grasp of the other. It sang the 
song, and then flew home. It rattled 
the mill-stone against the eaves of 
the house, and the step-mother said : 
" It thunders." Then the little boy 
ran out to see the thunder, and down 
dropped the red shoes at his feet. It 
ratted the mill-stone against the eaves 
of the house once more, and the step- 
mother said again: "It thunders." 
Then the father ran out, and down 
fell the w atch and chain about his 
neck. 

In ran the father and ."on, laughing 
and saying : " See ! the thunder has 
brouglit us these tine things." Then 
the bird rattled the mill-sti>ne against 
the eaves a third time, and the .step- 
mother said: "It thunders again; 
perhaps the thunder has brought 
something for me," and she ran out; 



Led, but not Driven. 

A mother, sitting at her work in 
her ]tarlor, overheard her child, whom 
an older sisU'r wiis dressing in an ad- 
joining bedroom, say repeatedly, as if 
"in answer to his sister, "No, I don't 



good 



want to say my prayers. 

"How many believers in 
standing," thought the mother to her- 
self, " often say the same thing in 
heart, though they conceal, even 
from themselves, the feelin«;." 

" .Mother," said the child, appear- 
ing a minute or tw^o later at the 
parlor door. The tone and look im- 
plied that it was only his morning sal- 
utation. 

" Good morning, my child." 
" I am going out to my breakfiist." 
" Stop a minute ; I want you to 
come here and see me first." 

The mother laid her work down in 
the next chair, as the boy ran toward 
her. She took him up. He kneeled 
in her lap, and laitl his face down up- 
on her shoulder, his cheek against her 
ear. The mother rocked her chair 
slowly backward and tbrward. 

" Are you pretty well, this morn- 
ing?" said she, in a kind gentle tone. 
" Yes, mother, 1 am very well." 
" I am very glad you are w ell. I 

woke j 
that I j 
was well, 1 thanked God for taking 
care of me." 

"Did you?" said the bt)y, in a low- 
tone, halt' a whisper. He paused aft- 
^,Y it — ponscieiice w as at work. 

" Dili you ever feel my pulse ? " 
asked his mother, after a minute of 
silence, at the same time t.-iking the 
boy down, and st-ltiiig him in her l.'ip, 
and placing his tiiigers on her wrist. 
" No, but I have felt mine." 
" Well don't you feel mine now ? — 
how it goes beating ?" 
" Y-i'-s," said the child. 
" If it should stop beating, 
die at once.'' 



am very well too, ami when I 
) this" mornhig, and found 



up 



The Same Mame but' not Him. 

The following is one of Ossian E. 
Dodge's stories : 

We recently met our friend. Dr. J. 
J. Lord, formerly of lioston. The 
doctor is not only a compounder of 
roots and " yarbs," but one of the tin- 
est poets in the land. Sonnets from 
his pen have graced the columns of 
many of the magazines and journals 
in America. During a few years he 
was eiig.aged exclusively in buying 
wool, and on one ocoasioii, becoming 
a little bewildered with the multipli- 
cation of cross-roads over the broad 
prairies, he rode up to a small cabin, 
enclosed in a clump of trees, and hail- 
ed a white-headed boy, perched on 
the top of a hen-coop, with : 
" Hellow, boy." ' 

" I reckon you are a stranger," was 
the resi)onse. 

" Look here, sonny." 
" I .ain't your sonny." 
" No, you aint my sonny, but if you 
will jump dowu and come here I will 
give you a dime." 

The boy spr.ang as if alighting from 
a wasps nest, and coming up to the 
stranger exclaimed : 

" Well, bos, what is it ?" 
" I've lost my way, and don't know 
where I am ; can you tell me ?" 

" Yes, you are sitting oivthat boss." 
j Mr. Lord laughed at'tlie boy's wit, 
I and handed him a dime. 

The boy took the money, looked 
upon it with mingled feelings of won- 
der aii<l jtleasure, and said : 

" I e kon you mu- 1 have a power of 
money." 



Fnmilir Prayer. 



Why so*?" 



I should 



was a stile to 
down the candles 
ile. 

the 



From H-ir/ter'' nv,'%.— Brown's Bahy 
Tksdkr.— Tills arti. le of nursery furnittire i< 
ntFrtBKNT Kitov, srr RioR TO. and supplies the j got a sec 

used for that I stile, set down the candle-S and pio- 
ustfui than a I e(>o<led to climb over. Uj) came the 
dog and ran otf with the caaillcs 



but the moment she stepped outside of 
the door, down fell the mill-stone up- 
on her head ; and so she died. 



" Should vou 



vi 



" Yes, anil I cannot keep it beat- 



ing. 



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TAIRBANKS* 

STAND.VilD 

S C ^V I^ E S 

OF ALL KINDS. 

Also, Warflioiise Triirkv let- 
ter Prrssfs, ftf. 

FAIUB.AN CS, CREK.Vl.E.VF. t CO., 

1 .i Lake Street. CHICAOO- 
4r^Be carefal U> buy 




i.nly the aenuine.-O 



M. S. WILLARD, 

FIIR'^irt^rRE: DEALER, 

J^.iiri trfet, StUlw>it«r, ifinnfota. 

E LEO ANT Medium and Plain Household 
Furnitur. .Mattrasses, Looking Olasses.ic 




Fisk'9 ratent Mctalic Burial C.ises, 
CasketA and Walnut Coffins. 



place of everything u-retntore 
purpose. It is ten I mes more 
«.-wing or washing nachine, where there is a 

baby. 

From The Chr'tsll- » J7<wcrf^.— Brown's Tat- 
cnt Bal.v Tender is . ompact, strong and dur.i- 
Ide ; and to tho-se h iving the care of infants or 
sm.iil chiMien, it is iiidispensable. 

From Ihf Weekly Trw'wn^. — Brown's Patent 
Babv Tender "give- infants and small children 
the greatest possiMi variety of pleasing and 
healthv exercise." It is indispens;ible to those 
having care of infants or .-mall children. 

From L'fe Ilhtxl.af-'L — No well appointed 
familv or nursery ci n aft'urd to be without 
Brown's Patent Ba >y Tende--. 

From the Home .'"urnal. by N. P. WilUS. — 

IT HAS CDME at L.VST ! a contriv.me by 

which the best of nammas is outdone — the 

most untiring of n trses thrown quite into the 

I .shadi'. 

I From the Phrf7ol,)giral Jonmnl. — Nausea 
! and vomiting are e immonly supposed to be 
I inseperable Irom tlie infantile state; all this 
I is obviated by the ine of Brown's Patent Baby 
' Tender. 

From I^nlie'* ^farJn^lne nf Fa^th'.on — The 
! latest wonder out en Broadway, and one that 
is hecoming talk ol the town, is Dr. Brown's 
P:»tent Babv Tendi r. an " omnifunctional in- 
stitution," as N. P. Willis phrases it. 
j From the A'l'omte and Guardian. — Dr. 
I Brown's Patent Ba ly Tender is the product of 



and 
the 
she 
fur 
had 



She went again to the grocers, 
she got a third bunch, and just 
same event hai'peiied. Then 
came to her step-mother crying: 
she ha<l sp.'nt all the money, and 
lost three bunches of eamlles. 

The step-mother was angry, but she 
preteiidc<l not to mind the loss. She 
said t<. the chihl, " Come, lay th 
head upon mv \:\\\ that I may com 
thy hair." St> the little one laid her 
head ill the woman's lap, who pro- 
ceeded to comb the yellow, silken 
hair. And wiien she* combed, the 
hair fell over her knees, and rolled 
ri'Mit down to the ground. 

"^Then the step-mother hated her 
more for the be.iuty of her hair, so 



I 



she sai<l to her, 



i cannot [»art thy 
hair on mv knee, fetch a billet of 
wood." 'So she fetched it. Then 
said the step-mother, " I cannot part 
thy hair wtih a comb, fetch an ax." 
So she fetched it. 

" Now," said the wicked woman, 
"lav thy head down on the billet ot 



This is the same fitorv as the Ger- 
man t.Ue of " The Juniper Tree," but 
ditt'ers from it in many particulars. 
In the German story the boy is Mlled, 
not the girl ; and h(> is killed by the 
shutting down of the lid of a box on 
his neck, as he is looking at some ai>- 
ples. The father is not made to eat 
of the flesh either; though in the 
corresponding Greek tale of Asterinos 
and the Pulja, the bad womim tries to 
make the sister eat of it. In the 
Greek story an ajjple tree gfows out 
of the grave, and bears a golden ap- 
ple, not a bird. 

In tlie Hungarian tale {Enhjhjl 
Xfijmtfxrk, .5,) " A mosolygo alma," 
the life of two princes is bound up 
with golden pear trees, which a step- 
mother hews down. From them goes 
forth a bird which lays two golden 
egirs, and out of these eggs come 
forth the princes unhurt. 

The mill-stone occurs in many 
household t.ales as thunder. 

I have no tloubt that there is a 
mvtholotrical root to this curious 



" Who can 

A silent p.ause. 

" You have a pulst- too, which beats 
inyourbosomhere, in yt>ur, arms and 
all over you, and I cannot keep it 
beating, nor can you. Nobody can 
but (ixKl, If ho .should not take care 
of you who could ?" 

" I don't know mother," said the 
thild, with a look of anxiety— and an- 
other pause ensued. 

" So when I woke uj* this morning, 
I thoutrht 1 would ask (vod to care of 
me. f hope He will take care of 
and all the rest of us." 

" Did you ask Him to pray for me? 
" No."' 
Why 



" 'Cause, you slather it away so. 

"What's your father's uaiile?" in 
quired Mr. Lord. 

" IJill .lenks." 

" Ah, yes, I know him," exclaimed 
Mr. Lord, " he grows wool, don't he?" 

" No, but his sheep doz." 

"If you knew me, my lad, you 
would be more respectful in your re- 
plies. I am a friend of your father ; 
my name is Lord." 

"Oh, yes," exclaimed the aston- 
ished aiul'delighted lad. " I ve hear'n 
pap rtatl about you in the UiVile," and 
starting for the house on a dead run, 
he bawled out at the top of his lungs, 
" Mother, the Lord is out here on a 
hoss-back, and has lost his way I" 



There is not on earth a scene more 
inten sting than a .family thi.s bend, 
ing before tlie God of heavens. A 
collection of dependent beings, with 
tender feelings, with lively sympa- 
thies, with common hopet>, fears and 
joys, blending their bliss and their 
woes together, and presenting them 
.all to the King of kings, and the 
great father of all the families of man- 
kind. There is not on earth a man 
more to be venerated than the father 
who thus ministers at the family altar. 
No other man like th.at father, so 
reaches all the sources of human ac- 
tion, or so gently controls the powers, 
yielding their first years, following 
the direction of his molding hand, 
that are soon to control all that is ten- 
der and sacred in the interest of the 
church and state. No Solon or Ly- 
curgus is laying the foundation of 
codes of laws so deep, or taking so 
fast a hold on all that is to efi"ect the 
present or future destiny of man. Wo 
love therefore to look at such venera- 
ble locks ; and to contemplate these 
ministers of God who stand between 
the rising generation — feeble, helpless 
and exposed to a thousand perils — • 
and the Eternal Parent of all. They 
stand between the past and coming 
age — remnants of the one, and lightH 
to the other ; binding the past with 
that which is to come; living lights 
of experience to gtiide the footsteps of 
the ignorant and erring ; to illuminate 
the coming generation — to obtain for 
it blessings by counsel and prayer and 
then to tile. And if the earth con- 
tains, amid its desolations, one spot of 
green on which the eye of God repo- 
ses with pleasure, it is the collected 
group, with the eye of the father rais- 
ed to heaven, the voice of faith aud 
of prayer commending the little wor- 
shippers to the protecting care of 
Him who nevi-'r sleeps. 



me 



not 



story. 

There are several 



WORTH WESTER.f 

illE&MTEOiWEaY 

Pure iHalt Vinegar. 



many years enplo^ ed in the consideration of; vvoo'l whilst I Jiart thy hair. 

this most importani subject by an experienced \\\>\\^ she laid her little golden head 



We arc now manufacturing PURE MALT 
VINEGAR, which we sell at Eastern prices, 
less freight. This vinegar is recommended 
for pickling. 

DREWRY i GREIG. 

St. Paul, Minn. Aug i4. 1864.— 51 :im. 



UNITED STATES HOTEL. 



practical physician, and should be in every 
house where there is a baby. 

Thk BvBY Tknoir. — The bestofall inven- 
tions for lessening the labor and anxiety of 
mothers, and prim oting the health and happi- 
ness of her offsprii g. We do not speak from 
hearsay when we aver that of all labor-saving, 
h»altli preserving, «ileep per»u»ding, quiet-rea- 
toring contrivance < for the use of mothers and 
children, Brown's iaby Tender st.and9 unrival- 
ed. For more thtn two years we have wit- 
nessed in our own family its practical ad van - 
ta<'es, and we feel that we are doing many of 
ou'r readers a favo • by calling their attention 
to it. The Baby Tender onjfU to be in every 
houae where there is a baby.— X Y. Independ- 



down with(Mit fear ; and, whi.st ! down 
came the ax, and oft" went her head. 
So the mother wiped the ax, anil 
laughed. 

Then she took the heart and liver 
of the little girl, an<l she stewed them, 



same story among the 



versions of this 
Slavic nations. 



Brotlier Jounthau. 

The origin of this term as ajiplied 
to the L^nited States is said to be as 
follows :— When (km. Washington, af- 
ter being appointed general command- 
er of the revolutionary war, came to 
Massachusetts to organi/.e it, and make 
preparation for the defense of the 
country, he found a great want of am- 
unition and other means necessary to 



OrPOStTK TUB 



H. T. k New Haven i Westf rn R. R. Dfpol. 

BXACn 9TKEKT. .'108'«'0N. MASS. 



By F. M. PRATT, 



FIRST NATIONAL BAl 



Xew Jc ivelry Store. 








and brought" them, into the house for meet the powerful foe he had to con- 
supper The husband tasted them, tend with, and great difliculty to ob- 
and shook his head. He said they ^ tain them. If attacked in such con- 
tasted very strangely. She gave[aition, the cause at ance might be 
some to the little boy, but he would ^ Impeless. On one occasion, at that 
not eat. She tried to force him, but anxious period, a consultation of the 
he refuseil and ran out into the gar- j ofticers and others was had, w 
den, and took uj» his little sisU'r and | seemed no way could be 
put her in a V)ox and buried the box niake such preparations as 
under a rose tree ; ami every d.ay he i ^.s^arv. His Excellency Jonathan 
went to the rose tree and wept, .and Trunibull, the elder, was then Govem- 
wept and wept, till his tears ran down 1 or of Connecticut, on whose judgment 
on the box. I ami ai<l the General i>laced the great- 

One day the rose tree flowered. It est reliance, and remarkcl, " We must 
snrinir. There among the flow- I consult Brother .Ton.athan on 



rhen it 
devised to 
were nec- 



was 



CAPITAL. - 6j0,oc)O.O0. 



PresidenL 

Vice-President 

Cashier. 



CHARLES SCHEFFER 
L. HOSPES, 
O. E. ELLIS • 

lOARfl OF DIRECTORS : 

Louis Hospes, i. K- Thompson, Charles Schef 
for, Horace Thompson, 0, R. Ellis. 




pring. 
crs was a white bir<l ; and it sang, ' subject 
and sang, and sang, like an angel out 
of heaven. Away it flew, and it flew, 
went to a cobbler't shop, and 
tree hard by ; and 



'■• The Gener.al did so. 



G. BRAUN, 

DEALER I y 

Cigars, Pipes and Tobaccd. 

Main street, Stillwater, Min. 

C-1 ARDEN SEEDS, Biigg* k Bros, 
X ster, just rcccivca by express. 



The «ndersign( d begs leave to inform the 
people of Stillwater and vicinity that he has 
removed his Jew -Iry Store from Hudson to the 
city of Stillwater, where he intends to locate I 
permanently. 

He is prepare, to clean and repair Clocks 
and Watches, r -pair Jewplry, Ac, in better 
^nd more durable manner than the same can 
be done this sidt of the St. Croix, or the EaSl. 
Give me a call. 

Shop on Mail! street, next door the Scheffer 
j i Thompson's 1 ank. 

All Work Warranted! 

Also an assoi '.mcnt of Clocks, Watches and 
' .lewelrv constat tly on hand, which are war- 
i ranted to be •«> h as represented. 
I B. H.LISG WORTH. 

Stillwater, t, », 1864.— nlif. 



anu 

perched it-self on ft 

thus it s.ang : 

" My wicked mother slew me, 
Mv dear father ate me. 
My little brother, whom I lovo. 
Sits below, and I sing above. 
Stick, stock, stone dead." 
" Sing again that beautiful song," 
asikoJ the shoemaker. 

" If you will first give me those lit- 
tle red shoes you are making.'' 

The cobbler gave the shoes, and 
the bird sung the song ; then flew to 



the 
and 
the Governor was successful in sup- 
plying many of the wants of the army. 
When difticulties afterwards arose, 
and the army was si.read over the 



spreafi 

DV-WC 



conntrj', it became a by-word, We 
must consult Brothi^r Jonathan. — 
The term Yankee is still applied to 
a portion, but " Brother Jonathan " 
has now become a designation of the 
whole country, as John Bull has for 
England. 



"liecause, I thought you would ask 
Him, yourself, (iod likes to have us 
all ask for our.selves. 

A long pause ensued. The deeply j 
thoughtful, and almost anxious ex- , 
pression of countenance, showeil that 
the heart was reached. 

" Don't you tliink you had better 
ask for yourself'/'' 

" Yes," said the boy readily. 
He kneeled again in his mother s 
lap, and uttered, in his own simple, 
broken language, a prayer for the pro- 
tection and blessing of Heaven. 

Supi»ose another case. Another 
mother, overhearing the same w ords, 
calls the child into the room. 

" Did I not hear you say you did 
not want to say your prayers ? 
The boy is silent^ 

" Yes, he <lid," says his sister be- 
hind him. 

" Well, that is rery naughty. 1 ou 
ought always to say your prayers.— 
(to right back, now, and say them, 
like .aV^od boy, .and never let me hear 
of your refusing again." 

The boy goes back pouting, and 
utters the words of prayer, w hile his 
heart is full of mortified pride, vexa- 
tion and \\\--f.\\\.— Mother's Mag azine. 

Self Sacrifice,s.— There is not one 
of us who has not a brother or a sis- 
ter a ft-iend or a schoolmate, whom 
we'can make better as well as happi- 
er. Every day calls upon us for sac- 
rifices of small selfishness, for forbear- 
ance un.ler provocation, and for the 
subjugation of evil propensities.— 
Drop the stone vou were about to hurl 
in retaliation for insult ; unclench that 
fist with which you were about to re- 
dress some supposed, perhaps some 
real wrong ; silence that tongue, about 
to utter words which would poison 
like the venom of asps ; expel that 

' ' comes into 
th 



iLvKK Farm Liie AxTK-vr rivt:.— - 
1, By less hard work. Farmers of- 
ten undertake more than they can do 
well, and consequently work too ear- 
ly and too late. 

' 2. By more system, The farmers 
should have time' tn begin and stop 
labor. They should jiut more mind 
and maehiiK-ry into their work. They 
should theorize as well as j)ractice, 
and let both go together. Farming 
is healthy, moral and re.s]>ectable ; 
and, in the long run, may 
profitable, 
good stock 



be made 
The farmer should keej) 
and out of debt. The 
farm is the best place to begin and 
eml life, and hence so many in the 
eities and professional life covet a ru- 
ral home. I 

3. Bv taking c!ire of health, r ar- 
mers hav»; a heajthy \;}iriety of exer- 
cise, but too often neglect cleanliness, 
omit bathing, eat irregularly and hur- 
riedly, sleep in ill-ventilatx-d apart- 
ments, and expose themselves to cold. 
Nine-tenths of the human diseases 
arise from cold or intemperance.-- 
Frequent b.athing is profitable, so is 
fresh air, deliberation at the dinner 
table, and rest after a meal, 

4. By adorning the home. Noth- 
ing is lost by a pleasant home. Books, 
papers, pit;tures, music and reading 



Fate of Fast Men. — The vicious 
die early. They fall like shadows or 
tumble wrecks or ruins into the grave 
— often while quite young, almost 'al- 
ways before forty. " The wicked 
liveth not half his 'days." The World 
at once ratifies the truth and assigns 
the reason, by describing the disso* 
lute life of " lusl men ;" that they live 
fast ; they s]»end their twelve hours 
in six, getting through the whole be 
fore the meridian, .and dropping into 
the darkness while others are in the 
glory of light. "Their stin goeth 
down while it is day." Aud they 
might have helped it. Many a otiR 

Young men of 
and Byron, to 
whom when dissipated and profligates 
thirty seven is so fatal, and your ob- 
scure (ind wandering stars, who wastu 
their time in libertine indulgence— 
they cannot live, they must die early. 
They put on steam till the^ blow \\p 
the boiler. They run at such a rate 
that the fire goes out for want of fileL 
The machinery is destroyed by rapid 
speed and reckless wear. Nothing 
can save them. Tlieir physical sys- 
teni cannot stand the strain they put 
to it ; while the state of thoir minds 
is often such that the soul would eat 
the substance of the most robust 
body and make for itself a way for 
escape from the incessant hell of its 
own thoughts, 



dies before he need, 
•renins, like Bums 



The Olp tto.MESTEAn. — Father* 
take care to preserve the Homeste.od. 
It will pay ; Yes, even if you build 
another. Do you doubt it? Go to 
Quincy. You see the modest abode 
of the father of the second President 



should all be Vuought to bear upon j ^^ ^^^ Union. Near by, the home of 

his son ; near by the home of hia 



wicked imagination, that 



the indoor family entertainments ; and 
neatness and comfort, order, shrtib- 
bery, flowers and fruits should har- 
monize all without Home should be 
a sanctuar^•J so hajipy and holy that 
children will love it, women delight 
in it, manhood crave it, and old age 
enjoy it. There would be less deser- 
tions of old homesteads if pains were 
taken to make ih;m agreeable. Ease, 
order, health and beauty are compati- 
ble with farm life, and were ordained 
to go with it. — Auburn Journal. 

Tributk to Chicago. — Our sister 
who 

and say , ,™ . 

York take notice !" sends forth to an 
astonished country a report that her 
]»opulatlon on the first of June was 
204,000 souls. In the annals of the 
world's cities this is an unprecedent- 
ed tale of prosperity. The establish- 
ed residents of that wonderful Baby- 
lon of the West frequently say to one 



grandson ; and not far oft' that of our 
present minister to the Court of Saint 
James. Near by, that of the late J. 
Q, Adams. Nor is the old home un- 
{irofitable. The skilled tenant makes 
the soil profitable to himself and own- 
ers. But there is a greater profit. 
There is a retreat from the storms of 
life. It is safe. It is aspiring — rest- 
Keep the Homestead. Beautify it. 
Let the paint be fresh, the hills and 
rooms attractive, the old libraries car-v 
ed for, trees flourishing, the wjdnut, 
butternut and apple. Every time 



sits by the side of Lake Michigan | posterity looks at it they Will think of 
*avs, " I am Chicago : let New j ,,yj,one vi 



irtues to be reproduced in 
their children's children, and them. 
Trees may die. Not family virtues. 
— E-rxha/nge. 



BEAtTiFri. Legeno. — There is a 
beautiful legend illustrating the bless 
dness of performing our duty at 



'■""L'r "of"K<lfn'?TorT;ou"'d"o Z\Z^;r7-U .eemi .only ye,U.ni„y 
garden of M.n^., ^lor^ ^ J^^.^^^ ^^^^. ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ p^,„„„g ^„., „„ 



drive them , . 

will drive you ovX.— Horace Ma nn. 

Love. -A single glance did it. 
When the mind is charged, when the 
pile IS prepared, nothing is more sini- 
nle A glance is a spark. It is all 
1 ■ r.,r rrlance "*' * wnman re- 



The 



of a woman re- 



d to a monk, and in -iiAit -n or^nenr.imt . >ei 



*aug 



' My wicked mother slew we. 
My dear father ate me, 
My little brother, whom I love, 
Sits below, and I sing above,^ 
Stick, stock, stone dead." 

beautiful song! sing it 
bird," asked the wat«h- 



silAit all appearance, J - . , , 

bliss "he was gazing upon the glorious! pass'close to it every day, quietlj^and 



appearei 



very spot where now we are dwellmg 
in marble palaces." What is the rea- 
son ? As in Italy " all roads lead to 
Home," so in the West all roads lead 
to Chicago. No man can travel 
through the West without passing 
through Chicago. Lacky spider! 
Thy net catches all flies.— iA^ 1 • In- 
d^'penthnt. 

He that has energy enough In his 

shotlld 



t 






«« Oh, the 
sweet 



again, 

maker. . c ,. .u . 

1 " If von will give me first that 
■ rrold wktch and chain vou have in your 

hand. 



was 

convent. 

\o enjoy the 

form'his humble duty. >\ hen he re- dream, 

turned he found the blessed vision still smlden 



Tision. The hour arnved in which it ; with iinF""^^j^„;^^ '^"^,.g ^ moment 1 constitution to root out a >'ice, 

his duty to feed the poor in the suspieioi. J^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^hing ' go a little further and trj- to plant a 
fie lingered not in the cell when you lorget <^^^°J ^ » %.^^^^^^ -,„ j^, ^^^^^^ otherwifte fie will 

yision, hut left It to per-i i. tt^^re.^^^^l ou^ go^ a^ ^^^^ ^^ ^ 

you are caucrht. and 



wa inV for him. and Uttering these it is done. Ahe niacn 
::rsT"Hadst thou staid,^ must fast- V- ^^'•';^g ^ ^ 

.. 1 ,« mnn SUCCOr IS p«»S»l«"'- 



have fled. 



man succor is p 



have his labor to renew ; a strong 
soil that has produced weeds may be 
The machinery holds you | ma.le to produce ^^heat, with fal* less 
■ no hu- difliculty th.-in it would take to pro- 
duce nothing.— A>/fo/<. 



Sm.vrt Girls. — t)Uring the past 
season the Prairie Fbrmer h.as given 
us, as the heading of an advertise- 
ment, a young la«ir seated on a *' Sul- 
ll'plky Hay liakej" from whose mouth 
proceeds a scroll with the inscription, 
" My brother has gone to war." Ri- 
ding there with both hands graspinip 
the reins, we th<mght it was doiqg 
pretty well for an TUinois girl. Bat 
just see what they do in Vermont. 
'The last number of Walton'syimrrut/ 
gives the following as a specinien : 

Edith Wheatly, daughter of Nar 
thaniel Wheatly, ol' Brookfield, Ver- 
mont, is what we call a smart girl, 
thougli but fifteen years of age. She 
has this season raked 100 tons of hay, 
and while guiding the rake, slwf qm- 
etly pursued her knitting. 



in vain 



The municipal tax levy of the city 
of New York for the next year will 
be eighteen millions of dollars. 



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STILLWATER MESSENGER 



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UNION STATE TICKET. 



G«n 



For Oovermor^ 

WILLIAM R. MARSHALL. 

Abr Lievtenant Governor. 

THOMAS ARMSTRONG. 

JVr Stcrttary of State, 

Ueut. Cd. HENRY C. ROGERS. 

/or SlaU Treaturer, 

CHARLES SCHEFFER. 

For Attorney General, 

Col. WILLIAM COLVILLE. 



]N«trict Tirket. 

For Repretentativet, 

ROBERT WATSON, 

J. B. H. MITCHELL, 

SMITH ELLISON. 



The Tllal I«mi««. 



There are really but two vital pointu 
in the election about to take place in 



the African race ^ ith that of the 

Anglo-Saxon. That hey are a better 

race of people, howtver — more intel-, '-/"r r — i"', -\,-~ v. „. 

. *^^ ' , ., . • I thin State. A vote for Henry M. Rice 

hgent,more moral, i lore mdustnoua, .^ ^ ^^^j^^ j^^ j.^^^^^ ^f ^j^^ immediate 

better in every r\ spect than the restoration of the Union under PreHi- 
breech-clout Indians whom Senator | dent Johnson's programme, and 
Rick and his party ^ welcomed to the acainst negro suffrage. A vote for 
r» ,- eiA .„^ ♦K^ ««^rni>««« rtf Marshall, on the contrary, must be in 

Democratic fold and the pnydeges of, ^^j' ^ ^^,„ opposition to Presi 

the elective franchise and lull cituen- . ^ ~ . . ■ 

ship — we do insist uj ►on, and no hon- 
est man can deny the proposition. 

This question of e tlor is the veri- 
est clap-trap that human intrigue 
ever invented. Sena -or Ric« knows 
it — the Pioneer ki ows it— every 



dent Johnson's reconstruction meas- 
ures, and the continuance of adivided 
Union for an indefinite period, and 
negro suffrage. Tht> questions for 
every voter to answer are these : ^ 

\. Are youfororagaintt President 
Johnson's paltry of recotistntction f 

lb — MIC ^ ^„^. -. ^.,w .. ^1 2. Are umi/tM- or iiff aiiist negro suf- 

hrawling politiciiui on our streets f rage ami negro equality *—¥ioy^KR, 
knows it— "the vay-faring man,|''th. , . , , tu a ■ 

though a fool," knov s it Fourhun-I Unmitigated simpleton ! The vi- 
dred votes wiU becist for Senator i t»» Point" in yot/r case is to put your 



lELIOIOVt. 



Coauty Ticket. 

For Sherij^, 

GEORGE M. SEYMOUR. 

For Reg liter of Deeds, 

J. H. SAWYER 

For County Atlorneif, 

Wm. M. McCLUER, 

County Treasurer, 

Col. ED. A. FOLSOM. 

For Coroner, 

ARIEL ELDRIDGE. 

Cierk of Court, 

HARVEY WILSON. 

Court Commissioner, 

L. R. CORN MAN.- 

For County Commissioners, 

l9tDisL— ORANGE WALKER, 

4th DisL-ARTHUR STEPHENS 



Rick in St. Paul, by men less intelli- 
gent, less loyal, less moral and less 
wealthy than the bl tckest Freedman 
of Georgia. That it so ! 

Near a century ag< Thomas Jef- 
FERSOX declared th: t taxation and 
representation should go hand in 
hand — and that all men are created 
oqnal. Will Mr. Senator Rick stand 
up and tell us whei a buck Indian, 
or an Indian of the < ther persuasion, 
ever paid one dime of tax ? We 
can point him to t! lousands of Afrl* 
cans who pay as ra ich tax as he. — 



The Synod of Minnesota held its 
annual meeting at Chatfield, com- 
mencing Thorsday evening, Sept. 
28th, and closing at 11 a. m. the fol- 
lowing Monday. 

There was a full attendance of min- 
isters. Ih the absence of the last 
Moderator, who was detained by se- 
rious illness, the opening sermon was 
preached by the Rev. Dr. Kendall, of 
New York city. 

On Thursday and Friday evenings 
and Sabbath morning sermons were 
preached by the Rev. Messrs. Mar- 
shall, Noble and Howell; and on 
each of these occasions the Church 
was filled to its capacity. 

A tender and solemn interest was 

manifest from the beginning of the 

meeting, and increased during their 

»^ — V- ----- -^ - ; progress. Such seemed to be the call 

Such bosh mav satisfy shirks and ' ° . , . „ ., „. ., ^ tj^„ 

' ■' - for special services, that the Ivev. 

Messrs. Smith and Marshall remained 

after the adjournment of the Synod 

to hold such meetings as Providence 

should direct. 

On SabV>ath morning five persons 
were received in the church by pro- 
fession, and three by letter. 

There were peculiar circumstances 
attending the meeting, which served 
to beget tender and awakening 
thoughts. The Rev. Mr. Holt, who 



head to soak in ice-water, a warm 
brick to your feet, and then go to 
gleep — and for Heaven's sake don't 
aw^e luitil Gabriel sounds his reviel 

le 

sneaks, but it won't go down with old 
soldiers. Were it not impertinent, 
we would like to ask the writer of the 
above how much it cost him to escape 
the draft. But we won't do it 



rian Synod, (O. S.) also adjourned to 
meet at the same time and place. So 
that the good people of this city, who 
shall be spared to see the fall of 1866, 
will have the opportunity also of see- 
ing the Presbyterian ministers of 
Minnesota, together with the repre- 
sentatives of the churches ; and not 
only of seeing them, but of entertain- 
ing them in their homes, and I can 
vouch for it, that those who open their 
doors to receive them, will be ready 
to say as they bid them farewell, we 
have entertaii^ed, if not angels, some 

very good men. * 

H. 



gtu^irise, gazed at him in silence for a 
few moments, and then, amidst an au- 
dible titter of the company, drew froii> 
his pocket a quarter of a dollar, and 
laying it before Clarke, still looking at 
him without a smile. Clarke raised 
the quarter in silence and dignitv, be- 
stowing it in his pocket, drew thence 
a shilling, which he deposited before 
the SouUiemer, with these words : 

" Children half price." 

The titter changed to a roar, and 
the Southerner was missing instanter. 

UniOIf PLATFOBIH. 



Action •! the n. E* C«afer«nce. 



MIIUM. 



I H. ORMDALl, 



DEALER nr 



Adopted bj theRepnIican State 

CoMventioH held at St Paal, 

Auff !«, lS«ft. 



Coustitntloual Amendment. 



Officers who will be called upon to 

conduct the approaching elections 

Will the Senator stand up and tell us ; should prepare for and bear in mind 

when a genuine hue t Indian of the j the fact that the ballote used in voting ^ ^_ ^ 

Democratic faith, wj* ever loyal to j upon the Constitutional Amendment i ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ministered to the 



niSCEOEi'VATlOn. 



the Government ? AThile his whole 
tribe were slaughtering our white cit 
izens on the frontier, near a hundred 



in this State must be separate from 

ng tht 
County and State officers. 



the ballots containing the names of i 



Section 2 

thousand black men were engaged in I of " an act in relation to proposed 

amendments to the Constitution of 
this State," passed in 1860, prescribes 



. '~r~ ^j„^ ♦«,„ defending the Senat »r'8 home and our 
Miscegenation is a ™^;™J--- | h,„e-the Senator'. Government and 
by whom coined we do not know, but ^^^^^ Government The one class is this method in the following words : 
i* supiK>sed to be elegant in expres- ^ ^ ^^^^^ blood-thirsty;- Skc. 2 The voting upon such 

ion and poetical in c--P^;;-;°f ^^^ j ,te othe^ ignorant . a great degree 
now adopteil as a substitute tor that, :_^.._: ...„ „„^ i_„i t. 

homely, though much used and much »>«« "O"^*'' 



abused term in the upper circles of 
Southern Democratic society, am.\x- 
GAMATION. The readers of the New 



amendment shall be by ballot distinct 
and separate from the ballot for any 
officer voted tor at the same election. 
Any vote upon the amendment 
which is written or printed on the bal- 
lot containing the State or 



industri )us and loyal to 

the Government To the first class 

Senator Rice has < xtended the full 

privileges of citizen thip; — the other, 
York World and the St Paul Pio- 1 he would consign to eternal slavery \ ^.^j.^^ ^.jj^ therefore, not be counted 
lorK nor .h_ and degradation. ( ne class is loyal,— 

neer and those who listen to ine i & , , /• i j r 

««^;.pe«he, of Senator E.ck, are :ha« fough, on man; b.tt.e-«eld. for 
familfar with the term. These paper,, the P"Pe'>»'.v of ou, Governmect, a,«l 
.aaoratora of the style of Senator ■< promoted to cjtu, n.h.p .odd „ke 
," ,. , / ..^, r-.,K«.n^ good citizens, add t ► the wealth of the 

Rice, now a candidate for Gubeina- if^ ' ♦ .u i>„ 

. , L \. rr. ...t«ll V ^ffli.-t- country, and— perh; ips— vote the Re- 

tonal honors, are each mortall) afflut .,.•'., / «,! ^^.^ ,.i^_, 

, ., . ,. t;i,„ .u^ „:n- publican ticket T he other class — 

ed with the disease. Like the milk i , , , r, * i?. .,'„ „♦,.* 

I^kness, or ,nania potu, the disease | now regarded by S.nator Rice s stat- 
ist affe;ts the brain, and through 1 "t^s as cituens,-ar e ignorant, depra- 
thXlthe entire nervous system -ed, brutal, uncn ihzed murderers, 
becomes unstrung and deranged.- ^^'^^^I'^'^y" 
After practicing miscescenation for 



church at Chatfield, had extended a 
very cordial and urgent invitation for 
the Synod to hold its next session at 
that place. He had spoken much to 
his people of the meeting, had urged 
them to seek and expect blessed re- 
sults from it In the early part of 
last summer he was removed to a bet- 
ter world. His death made a power- 
ful and salutary impression upon the 
community. Although highly esteem- 
ed while among them, the general 
County ! feeling was that his worth was never 
fully appreciated until his removal. — 
Many in Chatfield cannot speak of 
him without tears. Many, through 



In answer to the charges of Mr 

Blair and others that Secretary Sew- his death, have been awakened and 



ard was one of the members of Mr 
Lincoln's Cabinet who opposed the 



converted, who were not reached by 
his life and labors. They had not 



over half a century, both in the cot- 
ton States and on the western fron- 
tier, miscegenation has finally demor- 
alized the Democratic party, and 
they have got the disease on the brain 
most fearfully. 

Senator Rice's stock in trade ap- 
pears to consist only in a fearful ap- 



unci^ ilized 
vote the Democratic 

ticket ! 

O, Miscegenatioi ! thou art a Dem- 

ocratic jewel! 

Johndon •■ the Brain. 

If the Johnson m ania should strike 
in. we should have the largest Loco- 



succor of the national garrisons in the I forgotten what he had said of the 
harbors of Charleston and Pensacola i Synodical meeting, and the way was 
in April 1861, Brevet Major General thus prepared for a precious meeting 
Meigs, who was connected with the — such as it proved to be 



The M. E. Conference of Minneso- 
ta, representing the largest Protes- 
tant denomination in the State, held 
its annual meeting in Faribault a few 
days since. This body of christians 
took high ground upon the issues of 
the day. We give two reports of 
Committees which were adopted, we 
believe, without a dissenting voice : 

ON FRKEDMEN. 

Resolved, \st ; That we hail, with 
unspeakable gratitude, the abolition of 
slavery, and acknowledge it to be the 
work of God. 

Rewlved, Id; That the elevation 
of the freednien by education, chris- 
tianization and legislation, to citizen- 
ship with all its rights, is the greatest 
boon that can be bestowed upon them 
by the nation or the church. 

Resolv8d, 9d; This can only be 
brought about by agencies which have 
received the polish and power of 
these sources of elevation. 

Resolved, Uh ; That it is our con- 
viction that our church, by its consti- 
tuted authorities, should at once enter 
the field, and overspread the whole 
South with its teachings and pastoral 
agencies. 

Resolved, 5th ; That we wil 1 aid 
heartily the agencies now in the field 
by our own prayers and gifts, until 
such time as we have an adequate 
system of our own, to disburse the 
munificent gifts which the work de- 
mands at the hands of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. All of which is 
respectfully submitted. 

^D. COBB, 
Committee. \i. PEET, 

{C. GRISWOLD. 

STATE OF THE COUNTRY. 



m m wim: 

nye StutTTs 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION^ , ^ 




A LARGE 






expedition that went to the relief of 
the latter, states that, on the contrary, 
it originated with Mr. Seward, and 
its perfection was most ably assisted 
by him. 



W 



North- West 

cur all at once. If it should, there is 
^L's^ion of rcomiiingling o7race"s, | not enough of pine lumber on the St 
provided universal suffrage should be | Croix to make the. r coffins, or horses 
adopW We know of no place on I enough to drag thi dead to their last 
the continent of America where mis- rest resting plcae. One short year 
cegnation has been practiced, except ago President Johnson was denounc- 
in the Democratic States of the I ed by these same f .'Uows as a "boor- 
South, and on the western frontier in I i8htailor"-to-day they cringe at his 
eariv davs, when Democrats of Sena- feet and claim that he is the Mecca of 
tor Rick's school of politics ( a la Joe j all their hopes. >oor, foriorn, hope- 
^mirn)had control of the commer- 1 lesii. Godless Dcm - K^racy ! 
cial and social interests of the western 



The predominant feature of the 
Synod was its Home Missionary char- 
acter. This was due in no small part 
to the presence of Dr. Kendall — the 
general Secretary of the Home Mis- 
sion Committee. His addresses were 
very interesting and encouraging. — 
The service on Sabbath evening — the 

. , , . last night of the Synod — was in be- 

hope it won't oc- ! the evening of the first Sabbath after i half of Home Missions. Several ad- 
his return, he preached a discourse dresses of a stirring character were 



foco funeral that e\ er occurred in the j at Plymouth Church, Brooklyn. 



The Rev. Henry Ward Bekcher 
has renewed his regular ministrations 

On 



tribes of Indians. At that time, when 
the mixed blood of nearly every one 
of our old politicians of Senator 
Rick's school flowed in the veins 



Several Democr iCic papers in this 
State have taken saecial pains to s'm- 
gle out Col. Colville among the nomi- 
nees of the Union party of this State, 
making him the target for a great deal 

pf nearly every young Indian in the i of undeserved abu ie. These assaults 

Btate, these same politicians ordained | have called forth i he following vigor- 

that every Indian who had adopted i ^^^ remarks in thi t gentleman's de- 

the habits of the white race, ( i. e., i fenge, from the lied Wing Repiibli- 

chewed tobacco and drank poor ' can : 

whisky,) should be entitled to the The public appreciation of thetal 
^ . «, rru- „o .,«<.ri.,l ent of Mr. Cole hj 8 been attested by 

right of suffrage. This was unadul- , ^.^ ^^^^^.^^ ^^ ^^ ^j^^^.^^ ^ ^^^ .^_ 

terated Democracy! These young .^j^j^j^^ ^gj^g ^^^ Attorney-General. 

eavages, by borrowing the pantsiloons \ He did not need « third election toes-r'^^^'J^^"j^^f^|^yg^ j^ ^^^ race" for power, 
•f Indian traders and Indian agents, tablish his standi, g in the p.iblic esti- ^^ ^^^ ^^^^^y^ i^it of commerce, 

•t in lian traoer u habits '"«tion. But the. e was one for whom , j^ ^^^^.^^i^-^^e of those who 

in order to conform to the habits , ^^^ ^^^^j.^. ^^^^ ^ . ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^^ I n^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ necessary 

and customs of the white race, tor , ^^ ^j^^^ ^^ey felt under deeper obb- i gjuji^e and the turbulent hatred of 
years secured Democratic victories in ! gation, on aocoun ; of valuable servic- 1 the ignorant among us who are blind 
Minnesota, t^"-"--' ♦*»" antnmn r»f I •'« rendered in tht hour of thenation's i ^_ ^l* iv.^* ♦!,„♦ ^Ka whrtlo nii«i«tinn of 



on negro suffrage, which was listened 
to by as large an audience as could be 
packed into the edifice. A number of 
distinguished gentlemen were p.-e8ent 
— among others, the Hon. Schuyler 
Colfax, who occupied a seat in the 
pastor's pew. The gist of his dis- 
course was that " liberty is the boon 
of every man, and it carries with it 
civil rights and citizenship. Having 
given liberty to four millions of bond- 
men, we are in honor bound to place 
them on a political equality with our- 
selves in every respect" The con- 
cluding portion of his remarks are 
particularly felicitous, and present the 
subject in its best aspect We give 
a paragraph or two : 

We must accept our own ideas. I 
believe in liberty and universal citi- 
zenship, and would give it to all, were 
they ten millions in number. I pro- 
test that this great question must not 
be kept for settlement, nor left in the 
hands of parties to be bargained and 



Dnrincr the autumn 



J, .- ... ^- , ■ uie ignorant among 

of 1 es rendered in tht hour of the nation s , ^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^y^^^ the whole question of 
need, and of disal 'ling wounds receiv- ' . . — ;..!.* — .i ».<>.ro«,/^n atanA,, 



1862 these same unsophisticated Dem- 1 "^^» '•"""• ^".""•""e ... , 

lOD^, uie.coa . , ,u ed in that service and which will be 

oorats murdered more than two thou- ^^^^^^ ^^ ^y^^ ^ave with him. That 
Hand of our citizens, and made deso- j ^^^ j^ Colonel W n. Colville. And 
late the fairest portion of our State, it is fortunate tha - the public can con- 
It is cruel in Senator Rick and the sistently recogniz ; that service and in 
1. ,. J- J tu^:, ^o-i^ some slight degn e repay that obliga- 

Pioneer to thus discard their eariy ^^^ .^ ^g^ ^^^^ ^^^^?^^^ ^^^ ^f^^ 

principles and their old friends, Cohille is a lawy ;r second to no man 

in the State of M nnesota. At the bar 
of Red Win^, wl ere he has principal- 
ly practiced in this State, his opinion 
is received with : .8 much respect as 



friends by kindred and affection. 
•^Old Buchanan once said, if there 
was a drop of democratic blood in 

his veins he wouM usj a lancet and ^^^^^ ^^.^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ 
let it out Were the old Indian tra- j^„ ^j,^ ^he pub ic service will be in 



that of any man 1 lere, and we are cer- 



their own right and elevation sUnds 
on the same ground. 

No question is settled until it is set- 
tled right We are called disturbers ! 
of the community and radicals. So 
is the sap in trees ; so is spring, which 
heralds the glorious summer. It has 
pleased God to give us victory on the 
field of battle. Our late foes are 
commingling pleasantly with us, and 
their leaders, seeing the folly of their 
course, ask pardon and advise a re- 
turn to peaceful avocations. What 
more could we ask? Presenting to 



ders and Indian agents of Minnesota, 
and the raisoegenntionists of the South 
to make the same christian resolution, 
Jl would require a forty borse power 
circular saw in every precinct in our 
State and the cotton States, to exe- 
dote the christian work of mixed 
Wood-letting. We have no hesitancy 
in making the assertion, and can sub- 
stantiate th*i- same by statistics, that 
wherever there i» a. oommingling of 
races — whether African or Indian — 
there will be found Democratic vie- 
torie*!' The present positoon of Sen 
atOK RlCK,andi the Pioneer, as a party 
measure, is therefore ungrateful. — 
'jjSf y onght, at le.^8t, to respect their 

first love. 

We do not admit the 



danger of no neg eot or improper ad- 
ministration, by 1 he election of CoL 
Wm. Colville. 



made on that occasion. Did space 
allow, it might be interesting to some 
to have the principal points that were 
dwelt upon and presented. But it must 
suffice to say that a new interest was 
awakened upon the subject The 
Secretary stated in substance, that 
while we do not propose to interfere 
with any other denomination of Chris- i 
tians, or to enter fields that are fully 
cultivated by them, but give them 
" God speed," and rejoice in their suc- 
cess, we do propose to plant a Pres- 
byterian Church wherever one is 
needed and the people desire it ; that 
the means will be furnished to make 
it, by God's blessing, a success. Af- 
ter the meeting of Sabbath evening, 
two of the Elders present pledged 
themselves to give fifty dollars each 
toward every new church that may 
be built during the year. 

AIthoi»gh the number of Elders, in 
our State, who could do likewise may 
not be very large, we doubt not that 
others, perhaps many others, may be 
I found who can and will. 
j Encouraging reports were given 
from most of the churches. In five 
of them during the past year there 
were seasons of special religious in- 
terest, resulting in large accessions ; 
in one case as many as fifty-three. 

The Churches at Belle Plain, Blue 
Earth City and Minneapolis, have 
either commenced, or are preparing 
to build new houses of worship. A 
fine Church, with seats cushioned, has 
just been completed at Mankato. The 
day after its dedication, the seats 
were rented for $1,600 — and still there 



The Committee on the state of the 
country presented the following resolu- 
tions : 

Resolved, Ut ; That we record 
with unfeigned gratitude to Almighty 
God, the suppression of the most gi- 
gantic rebellion that ever cursed our 
earth. 

Resolved, 2d; That while our 
sympathies are with those who have 
given their husbands, fathers, sons and 
brothers for our national salvation, we 
feel that the cause is worthy of so val- 
uable a.id noble a sacrifice. 

Resolved, 3<// That while we re- 
joice in the universal conviction that 
slavery is dead, we will asKi»t in its 
burial by our sympathies and material 
aid in elevating the freedman from the 
mental, moral, political and religious 
degredation consequent upon ages of 
servitude. 

Resolved, Uh ; That we cordially 
endorse the work of the Freedman's 
Commission, and as Ministers and 
Christian men, we will heartily co-op- 
erate with its agents in all their ef- 
forts to ameliorate those who have so 

lone: been in bondage. 

* C. GRISWOLD, 

E. TUCKER. 



the world the grand spectacle of ^^s a call for twenty more 
mighty war, of fraternity in peace, ^^ Church at Red Wing, hitherto 
havinff no turbulent desires tor milita- i , . /. •.. _*,... 

rydSsm brooding in the breasts dependent m part for its suppor^ up- 

of the thirteen hundred thousand sol- on the Home Missionary Fund has 
diers who, but a few weeks since, bore recently become self-sustaiuing. Smce 
our arms, what more fit, what more 1 last fall four new ministers have come 
glorious crown can be given to the I -^^^ ^j^g State, and are occupying im 
column than the leading up to the 



status of citizenship the four millions 
of eniamipated black men, whose sn- 



portant fields with the most encourag- 
ing success. Others in the East are 



Ec«>noniy. 

Economy is )rodigality when it 
dries up a cow t« save three cents a 
day in wheat bra ti. 

Economy is pr xligality when it ex- 
hausts the soil tti save the expense of 
enriching it 

Economy is prodigality when it.»^»--.".« ,— 

scrimps the flocks to save hay. | love, in Christ's example, we should 

Economy is trodigality when it I be ? 
buys a poor arti. le because it is cheap. Go, then, down among the p<)or and 

Economy is .rodigality when it lost, seek them, find theni, clothe 
slights "the job' to save time. them with all the elements of citizen- 

Economy is prodigality when it ship, show them the light which you 
sticks to a poor ool to save buying a carry, establish and ordam them in 
good one. liberty, an<l C;od shall give yon a 

Economy \f^ .rodSgalfty when |t ! bfcs««g ^h^t neither your chjldr^^^^ 
spends as much n borrowing artieles I nor your children's children shall out- ""'^ j; r „ k ♦ 

nqjiality ef ! aH w.^^id cost ;o boy them^ live to the remotest generations. » at Stillwater. The other Prosbyte- 



periors we are, and whose servants in j corresponding with a view of makmg 
r__. :_ /-u^..'„ „„ 1.. ™« oV^.,M Minnesota their home. If the people 

of tliis State are not supplied with 
churches and ministers, the reason 
will be that those necessary instru- 
ments of christian civilization are not 
desired. 

The Synod adjourned to meet on 



The Mankato Record says the nom- 
ination of Rice for Governor does not 
give satisfaction to old and tried Dem- 
ocrats, but it supports him " because 
he was nominated by the Convention." 
To which sort of reasoning the Le 
Sueur Statesman, a Democratic jour- 
nal which repudiates Rice, thus point- 
edly replies : 

That is a new rule of Democracy 
that compels Democrats to support 
those who were their most unprinci- 
pled opponents a year ago, and who 
still refuse to renew their allegiance, 
merely because a Convention endorses 
them. Is it to such base uses that the 
Democracy must be prostituted ? We 
had supposed that the rule only re- 
quired Democrats to support Demo- 
crats. 

There is not much comfort in all 
this for Mr. Rice, we opine. 

Children Half Prick. — Nearly 
everybody remembers McDonald 
Clarke, who was so well known in 
New York a few years since as the 
" Mad Poet" During the last year 
of his life, Clarke was made free at 
the Astor House table, and oflen this 
erraic man of genius could be seen 
accepting its hospitalities when other 
doors were closed against his fallen 
fort\ines. Every day one knew Clarke 
by sight ; and one day while quietly 
taking his dinner, two Southerners, 
seating themselves opposite, commenc- 
ed a conversation intended for the 
ears of Clarke. One said : • 

" Well, I have been in New York 
two months, and have seen all I wish 
to see, with one exception." 

" Ah ! " said the other, " what is 
that ? " 

" McDonald Clarke, the great poet, 
responded No. 1, with great emphasis. 
Clarke, raising his eyes slowly from 
his plate, and seeing the attention of 
the company was on him, stood, and 
placing nis hands over his heart, and 
bowing with great gravity to the 
Southerners, said: 

I am McDonald Clarke, the great 



Raolved, That for the rappreMion of the 
greatest armed rebellion ever waged in the 
world against liberal principles, the rights of 
mankind and the integrity of the republic, and 
for the great boons of peace which we now 
enjoy, our profoundest gratitude is due to Al- 
mighty Ood ; and under Him, to the wisdom, 
perseverance, courage and deTotion of the 
loyal people of the United States. 

Renolved, That while we recognize the dis- 
persion of the armed forces of the rebellion, 
we cannot shut our eyes to the fact that the 
local feelings and pernicious principles which 
culminated in rebellion still exist in the South 
to a great extent, and that it is now the duty 
of all loyal men to unite in demanding such 
w'se and prudent measures of statesmanship 
as shall complete the glorious work of our ar- 
mies, and such measures as may be necessary 
to the future satety and the lasting and per- 
petual peace of the natiop. 

Rexolved, That having at ail times denoun - 
ced the dark spirit of human slaverv, and hav- 
ing throughout the late war lent our hearty 
and cordial support to every measui c looking 
to its suppression, we now hail its extinction 
with " unfeigned satisfaction," and with the 
conviction that we have been instrumental in 
cleansing the nation of this foul blot ; and we 
furthermore pledge ourselves never to permit 
it to be revived in any portion of our national 
domain, under any new name or under any 
cunning pretense ; determined that not only 
slavery shall perish, but that all its forma, ap- 
pliances and theories shall perish with it. 

Retolvtd, That inasmuch as the existing 
remnant of the so-called Democratic party is 
aspiring to thrust its counsels upon the peo- 
ple in the questions arising out of the close of 
the war ; and inasmuch as it is just and right 
that that party should be held fast to the re- 
sponsibility of its past record, we therefore 
charge upon it, 

1. That a course of servility extending 
through thirty years, it accustomed the South - 
em people to govern, inspired them with con- 
tempt for the North, aid prepared them for 
that day when failing any longer to constitu- 
tionally govern the nation, they should set up 
the banner of revolt. 

2. That through their leaders they encour- 
aeed the outbreak of the rebellion ; assuring 
the insurgents that for every regiment sent by 
the North against the South, one should be ^ 
sent to fight in its behalf, and that the streets 
of northern cities should run red with blood 
before the South should be sutijugatcd. 

8. That by the denial of the right of the gen- 
eral Government to coerce a state into obedi- 
ence, — a denial resting upon the authority of 
the last of the Democratic Presidents, — they 
palsied the arm of tlte Government in the early 
days of the struggle, and gave time for the 
treasonable conspiracy to organize und arm 
itself. 

4. That at every stage of the great contest 
their sympathy was upon the side of the rebel- 
lion ; an i that to this end they organized se- 
cret societies for traitorous purposes ; opposed 
every decisive measure of the general Gov 
ernment; resisted directly or indirectly the 
enforcement of the draft ; incited riots in the 
great cities ; filled the people with gloom and 
despondency, and finally, in the critical mo 
ment ol the struggle declared that the war 
was a failure, that the nation was unable to 
suppress the rebellion, and clamored for mea- 
sures, which, if carried out, could only have 
resulted in the divisioo and destruction of the 
nation. 

b. That it fs no* the infenlion of the Dem- 
ocratic party, by working on the prejudices of 
race, and with a vie v to their own re-estab- 
lishment in power, to preserve the canses of 
the rebellion by retaining the black men of the 
South in a Condition of peonage and serfdom, 
as an ignorant and oppressed class, cut off from 
all hopes ol future improvement, a source of 
constant danger to the white population of the 
South, and a reproach to the humantiy and 
civilization ol the entire Nation. 

JUiwlved, That the spirit of our institutions 
requires that the measure of a man's political 
rights shall be neither his religion, his birth- 
place, his race, his color, nor any merely phy- 
sical characteristic ; and that it would be sub- 
versive of both the spirit and form of our in- 
stitutions, to permit any portion of our popu- 
lation to remain a degraded anu subject caste, 
taxed to support, and compelled to obey, a 
government in which they have no voice, and 
whose whole machinery may be direcetd to 
their destruction. 

Resolved, That in the cruel murder of the 
late ExecuUve of the United States, Abraham 
Lincoln, wc recognize the natural result of the 
pernicious principles of tha rebellion, which 
failing to destroy the life of the nation, struck 
down its ablest, most trusted and best beloved 
reprenentative ; and we pledge ourselves to 
gather from his martyrdom new devotion to 
the great principles he so well maintained, and 
in defense of which he perished. 

Be^olved, That we tender to the officers and 
soldiers who have so gallantl} susUinea the 
honor of our Sute and the nation in the late 
war, our heartfelt and profound thanks ; their 
services and eufferings will ■ever be borne in 
remembrance by a grateful people' while the 
names of the gallant dead will be cherished as 
the proudest legacy which can be Icfl to inspire 
and direct posterity. 



And Complete Stock 

VARNISHES, BENZOLE, BRUSHES^ 



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White Lead, 

WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, MANU 
FACTURERS' STOCK, SOAP-MA- 
KERS' & TANNERS' STOCK, 

cum OIL UB FiE Airai 

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY 

COMPOUNDED. 

Termi Caih, Prices Low. 

Stillwater, Oct 3, 1866. 



RiCONSTRUCTION! 

I TAKE THIS nETHOD OF 

informing my old friends and customers tnd 
the public generally, that I have 

KE'OrEJTEn, 

at the old stand — SAWYER HOUSE BUILD- 

ING corner of Myrtle and Second streeis, 

Stillwater, where I propose to keep a FULL 
and GOOD assortment of ■, 

GROCERIES, 

CROCKERY WARE, 

DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, 
HATS AND CAPS, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, • 

and all articles usually Hound in a general 
Store in this country, which I will sell as 
cheap a» the cheapest j 

FOR C^SH. 

Olil Customers and all others are cordially 
invited to call and examine our stock. 

Mr. JOTHAM LOWELL, so well known to 
all my old customers, will ict as my agent for 
the present, which is a sulBcient assurance 
that all comers will be well treated. 

WILLIAM TIBBETTS. 

Stillwater, Oct. 4th, 1865. 



W% O. STROIfW'S 

Carpet Hall, 

225 Third Street. 

St. Paul ' " Mimiosota. 



I Import*!, Dealer In and Manofactnrer of 

1 CAWET&, OIL CLOTHS, MATTLIGS, CURTAI1 
Materials and Trimmiiiss, 

UPHOLSTERIIHB AND FURNlSHlNQ GOODS, 
WINDOW SHADES, 
Wall Paper, MatrcMes, Fe«»her», *c. 

October, 1866 — My 



MMME. DEMORESrS EMPORIUM OF 
FASHION. 

478 BROADVTT, N. T. 
BRANCHES IN NEARLY ALL THE CITIEii 
OF THE UNION AND CANADA. 



poet.^ 

The Southerner started in 



mock 



Jtetolved, That the existence of an Imperial 
government, sustained by foreign bayonets, 
upon the soil of our sister republic of Mexico 
is a violation of the established policy of our 
nation, and a constant threat against its insti- 
tutions and integrity, and we demand that our 
Government shall take such steps as will lead 
to the prompt withdrawal of the invaders- 

Resolved, That the present financial condi- 
tion of the country demands that the strictest 
economy should be practiced in the adminis- 
tration of both the Sute and National govem- 
menU, and we ask that as soon as the re-es- 
tablished credit of the nation will permit, that 
tl e indebtedness of the United Sutcs shall be 
made to bear a less rate of interest than at 
present, and that all inequalities in the burdens 
of taxatioa shall be removed. 

Rexolved, That the administration of the gen- 
eral government during the past five years, in 
the nands of the late lamented President., 
Abraham Lincoln, and in the hands of the 
present executive, Andrew Johnson, in all 
their efforts to preserve the Union and the 
liberties of the country, meets with oar hearty 
approval and concurrence. 

Ruolved, That in behalf of the people of Min- 
nesota, we thank the present executive o( the 
State, his excellency Stephen Miller, and the 
officers associated with him in the State gov- 
emment, for the able, faithful and efficient 
manner in which they have discharged the 
duties of their respective offices. 

Rmdted, That in the event of the failure of 
proper national action, we are in favor of such 
Bute legislation as shall abundantly relieve the 
necessities of the disabled soldiers of this State 
and the orphans of those who have perished 
in the course of the war. 



•FBttemi of the rathloos for l/iila»' and CliiMren'* 
Drat. Ladies' Patterns, 15 to 40 coots ; ChiWwa'a ^ 
Patteroa 10 to 30 cenU ; Trimmed, Doable Price ; full 
firteon articles. $5. 
Dress and Oloak Hakltic to >U ita braachet. 
•Ladies' System of Drees Cutting, tl 00. 
•OhndreD's System of Dress Outting, to eta. 
Tucklfrg, Pinking an >i noting. 
'Imperial Drsas Bevaton, K cU. 
French CoreeU, Satin Jean, tb 00 ; Cootil, tT 00. 
Pr.M Medal BkirU, »I 60 ; $2 00 and $8 00. 
•Spiral Sprii g Bosom Pads, |1 00. 
•Excelsior Dress 8<ii«lds, fiO cU. 

•Cumbination Suspender and Shoalder Braeii, IS cts. 
Brai4 and Embroidery Stamps, $4 per dot. ^^ 

Diamond Needles, 40 cts. per hundred. * ■ 

Sewing Machine Tucking Attachment, |5 0#. ?^ ^ f, 
•Sclasori) Ouage, cutting material any width, 60 ctK ^ 
•Sewing Rippers, for MaoUoe or band Sewing, M atm" 
Water-Projf Dress Factng. 10 U 80 ctfc per yd. ^ ^ ^ » 
•Lily- Bloom, improTing the conipkxlon, SO et^ 'i > 
B.ift, pure, and free from aogbt to harm 
Til* tenderest complexion. 
•BoHCate Bloom, tinting the complezlOD, BO cia. 
Will tint tlir cheeks as Nalore tint* 
The rosy shells of ocean 1 
•Corttng Cream, beantifying the liair, SO ct». 
•Perfume Packeta, exquisitely iragraut, 50 eta. 
MME.DEMORBST'S Purchasing Agency, for •mj ar- 
ticle to be procured in New York. 

•DKMOBUTB'S MONTHLY MAQAKlNIi and MMB. 
DKMOREST'S MIRBOROF FA8B IONS, 9& eta. Yearly 
t3 with valuable premium. 

List to the soands borne on the breeaa t 

From every qaarter lo I it comes, 
A Magaslne of worth Is found. 

Kxaiting both oar taste and homes. 
Those marked thus • are Mnt hj mall, post frea, on 
reeclpt of price. The others are aeat by •xprssf on ra- 
ceiptoftheamoont, orcolleetadon delKery. ' •* 

Dealers will please send for Wholesale Price List. 
Address MMB. DEHOKBrf' 

478 Bbou>wat, N. T. 

Ladies, eat the above ont for ftatnre reference, or for 
foithcr particulars aec DsBaorest's Motttkly Magaun* ^ 
or send for a Oircular. 



FOR SALE OR RENIl 



i 



A good Stock and Grain FARM, 800 ft^ret, 
60 acres improved, enclosed with ^ood l»«ird 
fence. Two good bams — one SO by 40, one ^ 
24 by 24. Corn-house and Granary 14 by S6, 
House 14 by ^6 finished completely. 

The farm is located 5 miles from Stillwtter, 
on the west side of Camelian Lake. 

Terms easy and price low. ^ 

Also 800 acres of wUd land in section M, 
township 81, range 20. 

Also 120 acres in townriiip 80 mime «0, S 
mUes from StUlwater, on the Boom rosd to 
■Areola. ,„. 

160, acres in Bt Croix county WiseoBsjn — 
the north half of the so«ith-e«Bt quarter, and 
sooth ^alfof^be north-east qwtrier o(; 'lietfon 
10 in township 81 range 19 west'; adjoTniug 
Pine lake. Will be sold CHEAP. 

One Dwelling-house, pleasantly located oo 
Third street, and the grounds eonrist of a lot ^ 
and a half. ' 

For more fall description and terms, *PP*J 
to 8 8. DENTON. Sti«Wat*r, 

or CORNMAS k STICKNEY. " 
1 Sliilwaler, October, 1865.— 5 It. r | 



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SUPKRii^H JOB PKi.m,W%t. 

H»Tlng addrd to oar former I»r|t« itock of JOBBING 
MATERIAL, the Me^wop-r Offlce Is now b«tt«r prep»r. 
•d thm trrr before to eiecute »11 kind* ol PLAIN kOiJ 
ORNAMKNTAL 

Our matertolii »re moctly new, and our facllitl.* for es- 
ecncinc nil Wind* at work »re lunplc. We can now turn 
oat work ttiMl will 

Compare favofably with that o( any other Offce in the State. 

Brtnx or ienJ your ord-r« if you want jobbing execn- 
tcd NKATLY And EXPKDinOCSLY. 



Onx or OCR WuRK-SflOP*.— There »re mow 
seventeen priaonv •« in the State Prison in 
this city. This lii liteU number, in proportion 
to the populatiun (f our State, either speaks 
well for the morality of our people, or other- 
wise of the laxity i f public justice— we don't 
know which. We will take the christian Ttew 
of the question, htwerer, and place the Hmi- 



CoLJ. P. HouRTOH, of the Fifth, wa» in 
town a few day* ago. The Colonel has ad- 
vanced faom a Lieutenancy in the company 
raised by Capt. Curtii* and himself, in tbia 
place, to the first position in the regiment. 



Drath or AR Old Cituir. — We regret to 
learn of the death of Mo8« Van Wkokk, Esq., 



ted number o« con nets to the credit of the i »n old and highly respected citixen of Point 



Glort ! Hallrlujah !— By verdict of a mili 
tary court, approved by Major General Pope 
and the authorities at Washington, Mr. Medi 
cine Bottle and Mr. Shakopee, aliat Mr. Little 
Six, will swing to-moiTow at Fort Snclliug, be- 
tween the hours ol 1 4 and 3, in expiation of 
their crimes of murder, rape, arson, *c., Ac. 
0)mmilted upon innocent white people in 

If we could, in view of this interesting 
eveat, and with a clear conscience, we would 
adopt the ordinary language of the court, and 

nay "may God have mercy on your poor 

miserable souls "—bat as we regard these de- 
mons as beinj? soulless, it is perhaps proper to 
waive the etiquette of court language. 

Having entire confidence in the good judg- 
ment and taste oJ CoL McLarrs, who 
charge of the f xecution of these fellow.*, we 
have no doubt it will be done in rtcherche style. 
We would suggest to the Colonel that the 
drop ought not to be more than six inches ! 

The authorities, we think, made one error. 
Wednesday evening has been adopted as a 
time of social prayer by most christian denom 



morality of our .-itixens. These seventeen 
convicts are now tuniing their attention to 
the manufacture o ' flour barrels for the bene- 
fit of the ^wte an 1 the contractors for their 
labor, Messrs. Sey nour and Webster, and are 
now turning out o ;e hundred and fifty-three 
i barrels each da^. 



Douglas, who died last Saturday, after a brief 
illness. Mr. Van Wegen wa« one of the early 
setlers of our county and was universAlly es 
teemed. 



St. Pa PL Abvi (TIBCvrnts. — Our friend, R. 
O. Strong, has th ' most complete and exten 
sive carpet establ shment in the State, Per- 
sons purchasing ii St. Paul will not fail to 
call upon Mr. Stw ng, 225 Third Street See 
his card. 

J. L BxAmoNT whose card we publish else- 
where, has a ver} large and complete stock of 
everything appert lining to a wholesale Gro- 
cery. Mr. Beauti ont is a gentleman, and to 
our certain know edge, sells goods at the low- 
est figures. Pers )ns desiring anything in his 
line will do well to give him a call. 



^ GUTTER, SE:C0.T1B£ & CO., 

MANUrACTURERS AND 

Dealer!^ in Paper 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

t ationery & Printers Materials 

220 THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. 




(&wfixw'% Mviuu, 






As to where the following 
articles can be bought. 



10 quart pans, 
6 quart do 



Ctaak Paid for tUf/t aad Roye. 



RI3RRANK, 
BCKUA.'<R, 



A. B. WILUKR, 
J.NO. L. MERRIAM. 



10 inch pie platee 
9 inch pie plates 



Crdrr ORD■R^.— Lieut. Samcrl Bloomkr, , 

. , of the Veteran Ri serve Corps, who has been 

bas I "^ 

rusticating a few veeks with his friends in this | 
place, has been at signed to duty at Gaulip's 
I^^land, Boston I! arbor, for which pl.ice he 
left last Saturday Lieut. Bloomer, it will be 
remembered, lost a leg at the battle of Antie- 
tam, but has been serving in the invalid corps 
during the past two years. We congratulate 



J. C. & H. C. BUEBANK & CO. 

Storage, Forwarding, 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

GROCERS, 

CORNER LOWER LKVEE AND 8IBLF.T STREET, 

ST. PAUL. MIN. 



BOWEN BROTHERS, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

AN£) LEADING JOBBERS IN 

STAPLU FANCY DRY GOODS, 

Notions, Woolens, 

WOBSTED GOODS, ETC., ETC. 

••♦ 

Announce Increased Facilities and arranpe- 
ments by which their stock will continMe 
more inviting and extensive than any other, 
out of New York, in the country. They now 
include a full line of Leading Domestics by 
the package, at manufacturers' Prices, and 
invite the trade of the Northwest to save 
Freight and Time by purchases in Chicago. 
We have the Exclusive Sale of many brands 
of goods, are Agents for Pittsburgh EAGLE 
CCfYTON YARTN, at Factory Prices. Our 
Immense Business is a guarantee of our 
ability to meet the demands of the trade at 2 qt saucepans — tin 



I 8 quart pans, 
I 2 do do 
One pint pans. 
4 piece Dish pans I 6 piece Dish pans, 

6 piece Dish pRns. 
Pattv pans, 1 Dust pans, 3 kinds. 

Square do | Pressed pans, all sixes 

Jelly cake pans. 



CITYllllVi; 




SPECIAL NOTICES. 



MAN 
8 



Ural pie plates. 
Scollop pie plates, 
ABC do 



10 qt covered palls 

6 qt do do 

4 qt do 

8 qt do 

2 qt do 

1 pt do 
12 qt Flaring 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



10 qt Flaring p«!'« 
5 qt do do 
12 qt do milk pails 
10 qt do do 
Large chamber palls 
Small do 
Large dinner 



do 
do 



mall Dinner pails. 




I. 




inations, and the dav ought not to be thus | him upon b.ing ««igned to his present agree. 

muddy, disapreea /l>leP0*'°f*»"'7 



desecrated. Some wet, 
ble Friday, unfit for any other purpose, 
nhould have been selected. It is unf«rtunnte 
to spoil a pjod day on such poor material. — 
Good bye, Mr. Medicine '. Good bye. Old Six ! 
We remember when you shot at us ten suc- 
cessive days, you old sinners ! Good bye ! 



D R A L E R IN 



Tea*, Coffefi, Spieei, Sugars, Syrups, 



ATTEMrr AT McRoER. — The Prescott Joar. 
nal gives the particulars of a bold attempt at 
murder near that town last week. Two 
Frenchmen named Prudent Lemay, and Frank 
Belot, went down Ironi this city on Monday, 
on a raft, and stopped over night at Prescott. 
Belot wai inteniliug to go on to St. Louis, but 
in the morning Lemay told hira he knew 
where they couM get thre e dollars a day at 
work in the country a short distance out,^ and 
in the forenoon they started out together. — 
!..«may led him out into a ravine, up the Lake 
nearly a mile, when he knocked him down 
with a sharp pointed rock, horribly mutila- 
ting his head, robbed him, and left him for 
dead. Lemay then came back to town, told 
the landlord to keep Belot's trunk, as he 
would not call for it for several days, took a 
few drinki^, bought and put on a new suit of 
clothes, and hired out on a raft to go down 
that afternoon. Supposing hi* victim dead he 
seemed in no hurry. 

I the meantime. Belot, after lying senseless 
several hours, recovered his consciousne s, 
and was able after a while to get back to town 
and tell his story. There being no officer in 
town, John Dale volunteered to arrest Lemay, 
which he did just as he was leaving. Leniav 
vias terribly frightend when he entered the 
court room and beheld the bloody features of 
the man whom he confessed he supposed to 
be dead. He was examined before Police 
J—*" » Button, and is now confined in jail :o 
««»K ID e sitting of the court. He deserves 
haRgin^ 



A Horsk-Rari. —A rake of a horse, whose 
strings were held by Charley Godfrey, a day or 
two since, undert >ok to put on a few fractious And all Goods perUinidg to the business of a 
airs while passin): up Main street. The ani- 
mal was reined mto and alley opposite the 
Lake House, where a party of workmen have 
just elevated a bi ilding some five feet, -when 
•he unruly fellov dumped himself under the 
building, leaving buggy, harness and driver 
behind him, in tt ttu qvo. It required about a 
dozen, a dozen a id a half, or two dozen men 
to extricate the imimaL 



Com.NU Hour. —During the past few days 
the mcml)er8 of the First Minnesota Heavy 
Artillery and th ; U. S. Engineering Corps, 
from this vicinity, who have recently been 
mustered out of ! he>"lservice, have been return- 
ing to their honit s. We, in common with all 
others", extend tl.em a cordial welcome. The 
Second Cavalry ind the Third Artillery, we 
believe, are the only Minnesota troops yet in 
the service. Th-se O'ganizations will proba- 
bly be continued in the service for some time 
to come for frontier defenae. 



Jfholesale Grocer^ 

1 .N C L C D 1 .N O 

TOB-A.CCO, CTO-AJRS, 

Woes, Liquors, &d<1 Pure «l(l Rye aid 
Bourboa Wkiskitt. 



all times. Goods sent upon orders, can b« 
returned at our expense if f>ot satisfactory. 

BOWEN BROTHERS, 

19 & 21 Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois. 



4 qt saucepans — tin 



NEWa,«i 

Have arroved, and are al- 
ways arroving. 

CHOICE, SELECT DRUGS OF 
ALL KINDS! 

Every Patent Jltedieiue yoM 

nee adverti»ed, ai" 

ways OH hand. 

1,000 PACKAGES of HOWE & STEVENS' 

DURKEE'S GROUND SELECT SPICES :— 
Ginger, Pepper, Mace, Nutmeg. Cinnamon, &c. 

Vol3£tOOO. 

A large stock of Plug, Natural Leal, Nos. 1, 2 
and 8. Smoking, Anderson's solace, and best 
fine cut chewing. 

Iniita.tion Meerschaum, Clay, Brier and Ce- 
dif Fi°e?i__Tobacco Boxes of all styles t sizes 

Ftne Commcrcial>Note, Plain and gilt edge. 

line Billet, Note, wifle and narrow bill cap. 

Legal and^^biV^JP- 

Plain and Fancy Envelopes ; Pen8,-Jl£«>.c»l». 

Blank Memorandum Books, Paper cutters &c. 

A number of rolls of fine wall paper at very 

low figures. 




ANHOOD : HOW LOST, HOW RE- 
STORED. 

Jiut pnbllihfd. ■ new edition of Dr. 
CULVKUWKLL'f* CELEURATKD 
E88AY nu the railical cnrc, [with- 
out medicine] of Spermatorrheoea, 
or MDiinal weaknew. InToluntarj A-mlnal Lomet. Impo- 
teney. Mental and Pliynic&l lnca|iacitj. ImpedHneola to 
Marriage, etc. ; aUo. CONSDMPTION. KPILKPST aod 
W Tfl in dnced by leiriiMlulKence orii'xiial eitravaKanca. 
B^Price, In a scaled envelope, only C cenU. 
Tbe aathor in tbi* admirable Cfiaay dearly dem- 
onitratfls, from thirty yean succeiteful practice, that the 
alarmlDK conieqaencet or»eIf-*hn«e nuiy be radically 
cared without the dangeroaa oae of Internal medicine or 
tbe application of the knife — polntinK out a mode of 
care, at onCe ilmplo. certain and eff-ctual. by meann of 
vrblcb every iufferer, no matter whiit hi« conditiuu. may 
cure himielf cheaply, prirately. and RADICALLT. 

49-Thii Lectare iibunid be In the banda of every 
youth and every man In the land. 

Rent onder seal, in a plain envelope to any ivlAreM, 
poST-rAiD. on receipt of six ccoti, or two poet itaoipt. 
Ad«lr«»B tbe publishem. 

CHA8. J. 0. KLINE t CO.. 
13« Bowery, N. T.. Post ViBce box 4586. 



Lyon's Periodical Drops ! 

THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY 
FOR IRREGULARITIES. 



6 qt saucepans — tin. 



Nil MUSIC STORE ! 



I gal ineasui'ca 
I gal. do 
1 qt do 



1 pt measures 
^ pt do 
1 gill do 



Please can an-l examine this stock before purchasing. 
CORNER THIRD AND JACKSON STREETS, 
SAINT PAUL. 
Opposite Merchant's Hotel. 



Spti.'«o Fruits *"«d Flowkrs m AcrriiM. — 
, The Piunetr Oi Si turday says it has been shown 
large and luscious raspberries, gathered by 
Mr. A. C. Elfelt ; tUreen Lake, Chisago coun- 
ty, on the 5th of October. This is certainly out 
I of the usual cour « ot nature ; but not more so 
than a large ai d beautiful snow-ball now 
\ growing in our g irden (October 10th,) upon a 
I shrub which thrt w out a luxuriant bloom in 
I May last. 



MRS. I. R E.D n O If D 

Has iust received a complete stock of 
FALL AND WINTER 

IIILLHTBUT GOODS, 

CONSISTING OF 

Ribbons, Velvets, Flowers, 

Hj^XS, <teC. «SbO- 

and every thing pertaining to a 
FIRST-CLASS 

Millinery Establishment, 

and offers the same at the lowest cash price. 

Oreenleaf* B/orIc, near the 
Font Office. n8-4m. 




1 qitart milk measuret. 

r-crisriTEL.s. 

1 pt Funnels 
|pt do 
1 Gill do 



New Music and Musical • 
Instruments ! 



ELDRIDGE & CORNMAN 



Take pleasure in announcing to the public 
that they are now prepared to fill a desideratum ! 
long needed in Stillwater. They are prepa-ed 
to sell Bradbury k Vose's Pianos, Mason at 
Hamlin's celebrated Cabinet Orgens, or any 
other musical instrument that may be desired. 
Specimen Organs can be seen at our Store, 
from which Instruments can be ordered. Ev- 
ery Instrument warranted to be what it is rep- 
resented. 

These Instruments will be sold at Chicago 
retail prices— our arrangements with the man- 
ufacturers being such that we can do so — thus 
saving freight and the dangers of freight and 
the expenses of transportation to the purchaser. 

We keep constantly on hand all of Root & 
Cady's popular music, both vocal and instru- 
mental, together with Instruction Books for 
every kind of music, which we sell at Chicago 
retail prices. 



1 Gal Funnels, 
i Gal do 
1 qt do 

Two quart Tea pots. 

Three pint Teapots 

One quart Teapots. 
PLANISHED TEAPOTS, all sizes. 
COFFEE POTS. 

One gal. Coffee Po's, 

Three quart Coffee Pots, 

Two quart Coffee Pots, 

One quart Coffee Pots. 
PLANISHED COFFEE POTS, 
alt sizes. 



Family Sewiag iVuchiuc*. 

Two things are necessary to secure the wel- 
fare and happiness of a man. In the first place 
he must have a wife, and in the second place 
his wife must have a first class sewing ma- 
chine. 



Navigation. — Lake St. Croix and the Mis- 
sissippi continue at a fair boating stage — the 
the water in the river being four feet above 
low water mark. Heavily loaded boats, how- 
ever, have some difficulty in getting over the 
Lower Rapids Small boats continue on the 
St. Croix river jjs far as Taylor's Falls without 
serious difficulty 



Butler & Dodd , Sabbath School Melodies ! 



42 Gal. 


Oil Cans, 


5 do 


do 


2^ do 


do 


1 do 


do 


i do 


do 


Iqt 


do 


Ipt 


do 



M1NNK8OTA Cr JP8. — From the best informa- 
tion we can dei ve from our exchanges and 
Among the many excellent machines j from personal inquiries of farmers, the aver- 
age yie!d of ero] s the present season has been 
— wheat, 3S hu!<r)els per acre ; oats, 75 to 80. 
The yield in Waihingtoa county probably ex- 
ceeds the.He figu 'es. 



Thirtixth Wucossi.f. — This Regiment was 



brought out and improved during the past 
few years, we believe theGROVEK & BAKER 
machines stand pre-eminent. For beauty and 
strength of stitch, rapidity of execution, sim- 
plicity of structure and adjustment, and excel- 
lency of finish, their different machines stand 
unrivaled. This opinion is justified from the I >" Madison a fe>- days since awaiting payment 
fact that the first premium has been awarded ' "nd muster-out. We congratulate the boys of 
them by every Sute Fair— fifteen in all— where the thirtieth. laving been associated with 
thev have been on exhibition, including the »*»<•«» ^ot near a full year, we take pleasure id 
Minnesota Fair of the present season. j bearing testimo ly to their soldierly qualities 

Ma. Lewis Watso!*, Sute agent for Minne- ^^ *'»'«' seen is good, but never a better 
sota, has on exhibition at the Book store of Regiment than he Thirtieth Wisconsin- 
Messrs. Eldridge & Cornman the various styles 



Broirn Warehouse, 

Forwarding & Commission 

MERCHANTS, 

And Dealers in 

Grain, Produce, Provisions, 
Hides and Salt. 



of the Grover and Baker machines. We ad- 
vise our lady friends to call at once and exam- 
ine these beautiful and indispensable articles, 
and then draw upon their husbands for the 
price of one of them. The investment wl!l 
never be regretted. Mr. Watson will icinain 
three davs. 



The editor ( f the Shawano County Jour- 
nal says that thi mosquitoes there "thrust their 
bills clear throt gh a man, just as a boy punch- 
es a go< sc quill pop gnn through a potato* 
slice." That fellow writes like a very candid 
man, but we fesr he has become demoralized. 
Save us from Wisconsin mosquitoes if such is 
their stvle. 



We also keep constantly on hand, and for sale 

at the lowest rates of the market, 

and deliver to any part 

of the city, 
FREE OF CHARGE, 



In great variety, kept constantly on hand. 

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, 

in large quantity and every variety, received 
every day by express. 



Stationery, and every 
variety of 





Always on hand or procured at order. 



i^our^ 



Feed. 



Oats and 



Corn. 



We can furnish every thing deaired 



9 inch wash boilers, 

8 inch do ' do 

7 inch do do 

6 inch do do 

9 inch Coffee Kettles, 

8 inch do do 

7 inch do do 
6 inch do do 

1 Gal. mediciue can for the woods. 

Woodmnn'* Kauphy Kettle. 
Large water pots and small water pots. 
Tin Punched Lanterns, Globe Lanterns, and 
Square Lanterns. 
Candle Moulds, all sizes. 
STEAMERS— 7. 8 and 9 inch. Pint cups. 
^ pt cups, & also Scoops of all sizes. 
Sconces. Oyster Stewer-i. Skim- 

mers, all kinds. Jackson Dippers, 

Two qt. Jippers — One pt Dippers — ^ |^t dip 
pers, with long handles to 'em. 

Large Wash Bowls — some with handles. 

Milk Strainers — large Si small. 
BAKERS— big & little. 
TKA KETTLES— 7, 8 & 9 inch. 
CALhNDERS, Half-sheet Gratfers, 

Quarter-sheet Graters. Nutmeg Graters. 
8 Kinds. Muffin Rings Thrashing 

Machine Cans. 
BLOW HORNS— large k small. 

CLOTHES SPRINKLERS, new style. 
SELF-SEALING FRUIT CANS, aU tize*. 

Cake Pans, with tubes. 

Cake Cutters, plain k fancy. Army Cups. 

Marking pots. Beer Mugs with glass on side. 

Punch shakers Jelly Moulds 

J--AJP-A.3SrEID '^J7'AJR:E1 

Knife, Forks & Spoon Boxes. 
Cake Boxes, round k square Bill Trunks. 

Cash Boxes. Candle Sticks. 

Tea k Coffee Canisters, all sizes. 

Spittoons, 2 kinds. Molasses Cups, 

large k small. 

Pepper Boxes k Flour Boxes, all aizes. 

Match Safes, 6 styles. 

Nurse Lam|:yi. Toy Clock Banks. 

Tea Trays — all styles k kinds. 

Childrcns' B<th Tubs k Foot Tubs. 

THINGS GENERALLY! 



The finest assortment in town, consisting of 
Lows Honey, Beo-hive, Glycerine, Checkerber 
ry. Transparent, Military, Shaving, Violet, 
.fockey-cli:b and Brown Windsor — all " war- 
aanted genuine." 

Glass aud Glass-liV^are. 

Window Glass, from 7x9 to 18^x50 ; cut to 

any size or shape, and in quantities to 

suit purchasar9. 

T«a to fifteen different sizes of Wine, Cordial, 

and Dinner Goblets. 
AU sizes of Tumbers, Independent Salts, large 
Salts, Spoon-holdars in variety. Molasses Cru- 
ets, Glass, Water, sad Milk Pitchers. De- 
canters, Fruit Stands and Plates. Glass Milk- 
Pans, Bitter Cottles, Beer Muge of different 
styles. Chimneys of every size, plain, thick 
and Brass top, &c. 

Lamps ! Lamps ! Lamps ! 

Any quantity ot PARLOR, STAND, HAND, 

BRA CKET and S WINGING LA MPS. 

Also aauperior lot of LANTERNS A ND 

LAMP SHADES. 

A large and very fine assortment of PAINT, 
VARNISH, HAIR, CLOTHES, TOOTH, 
-VAIL, SHOE, SCRUB, FLESH, TABLE, 
WHITE WASH, PASTE, CAMEL HAIR, 
LErTER-BOOK, GRAINING aod MAUK 
ING BRUSHES. 

Best LIMERICK HOOKS ia endless variety. 

Buell's celebrated TROLLING HOOKS. 
Sea-grass, Linen, Cotton aud Silk Lines. All 
sizes of Hooks on Gimp and silver wire. Reels, 
Sninners, Floats, and a fine lot of 

CANE AND BAMBOO POLES. 



These Drops are scientifically compoun^d 
fluid preparation, and better than any FiHs, 
Powders, or Nostrums Being liquid, their 
action is direct an<i positive, rendering tbcm 
a reliable, speedy and certain .■ipecific for ths 
cure of all obstructions and suppress ionsot' 
nature. Their popularity is indicated by thv 
fact that over 100,000 bottles are annually 
sold and consumed by the ladies of the United 
States, every one of whom spenk in the strong- 
est terms of praise of their great merits. THey 
are rapidly taking the place of every other 
Female Remedy, aud are considered by all 
who ki>&^' "URht of them, as the surest, safest, 
aud most irii»">*>le preparation in the world, 
tor the cure of afi fiV;; aje complaints, the re- 
moval of all obstructions "C^ nature, a&d the 
promotion of health, regularityan^ "*'^*''5*'!l. 
Explicit directions stating when they may be 
used, and explaining when and why ther 
should not, nor could not be used without 
producing effects contrary to nature's choseir 
laws, will be found carefully folded aiound 
each bottle, with the written signature oT 
John L. Lyon, without which none are genu- 
ine. 

Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 195 Chap- 
el Street, New Haven, Conn., whocan be con- 
sulted either personally, or by mail, (enclosing 
stamp,) concerning all private diseases and 
female weaknesses. 

Sold by Druggist.^ cvcrvwhcre. 

C. G. CLARK & CO , 
Oen'l Agents for the U S. and (-anada. 



PERFUMERY 

A choice variety. 



Hunting Apparatus ! 

GAME BAGS at prices to suit every body. 

Shot-belts and Pouches, Powder Flasks 

of all sizes. 

Gun Wrenches, Eley's Double Water Proof 

central fire. Water-proof and Pistol Caps. 

Eley's lubricated Gun Wads. Wad cutters, 

Dog Whips and Calls, Gun tubes. 

Wines and Liquors ! 

FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES— WAR- 
RANTED PURE. 

Brandy, Gin, Rum, Old Rye, Old Bourbon, 

Maderia, Port, Catawba, Claret, and 

Malaga Wines. A few baskets 

fine Imperial Champage. 

Painters' Sundries ! 



Editor of Mer*en^ : 

In reply to many letters and inquiries fVom- 
people in this section of the country, the un- 
dersigned take great pleasure in sayio thuough 
he columns of your paper, that our renowned 
preparation known as COE S DYSPEPSIA 
CURE, is a certain care for Dyspepsia, in its 
worst stapes. Many case? of long standing, 
within our own acquaintance, have been com^ 
pletely, and we ^lieve permanently cured. 
It will stop distress after eating almort instan- 
taneously, and enables the dyspeptic who has 
lived for years upon Gralinm bread aud the 
plainest diet, to cat as heartily as he please.*, 
and any thing he chooses, without danger of 
distress, or souring, or rising on the stomach. 
It is an infallible corrector of indigcstioa, and 
constipation, creates a healthy appetite, stops 
sick-headache, heart-burn, sickness at the 
stomach, pains, cramps, or colic in cither 
stomach or bowels, aud sweetens offensire 
breath, as soon as you take it, and by enabling 
the patient to Uke plenty of hearty food, 
"which is the parent of health," produces 
vigor, strength and energy. In every trial we 
have known it has speedily eradicated Dyspep- 
sia with all its attendant sufferings, weakness- 
es, debility and loss of power, giving, instead, 
a proper activity and tone to the stomach and 
organs of digestion, and as we confidently be- 
lieve, and as the published certificates in our 
circulars, almanacs, and in many of the lead- 
ing Journals, from convalescent patienU will' 
confirm, completely, permanently, and almost 
miraculously " cure the worst case of Dyspep^ 
sia in existence." We warrant it in every in- 
sUncc It can be obtained at all the Drug 
Stores in the United States and Caiiadas, ai|L 
per bottle, or six bottles for $5. 

C. G. CLARK k CO., 
24 Proprietors, New Haven, Ct. 



ScARCiTT or Ici. — Our friends at Hastings, 
Hudson and Prt scott have been out of ice du- 

The ice season — or, 
the heated tein — has lasted several weeks 

ban usi «1 ; hence, the scarcity 
arti cl e. 



[frfrtn tKt rUca Ikiilf Obtrrrrr. .'ffpt. \SV>.] 
First Prkmicii. — By reference to the list 
which we publish elsewhere, it will be seen 

that the Singer Sewing Machine* (both family | '!"« ."'*' P*^*. '* ""'K^* 
aud manufacturing) carrv off the first premium 

from the State Fair, which closes to-day. Iti '«''8«''" **>»" '^'"'^ ' ^^"<=«' ^^'^ scarcity of the 
is worthy of remark that these machines are "^''=^^- In tli'» city we have been on half rv 
rarely seen at fairs and the Singer Co. have j *'0°» ^""°K *^« P"* ''^^' 

not entered into the general scramble for pre- 1 " 

miums which has characterized the pajt few | Reading or Sermohs. — A Sermon preached 
years The agent in this city saw fit, however, ' before the Un versity of Cambridge, by the 
to come out on this occasion, in force ; and Bishop of Exet ir, and read by the Rector of 
notwithstanding the competition was sharps 1 the Kpiscopal C hurch last Sunday evening, has 
t;he Wheeler k Wilson, Grover k Baker, &c. 1 elicited so muc 1 interest, that a series of ser- 
kc., joining in the contest — it was plain to be | mons by the sa ne author, will be read as fol- 
seen, when the practical tests were applied lows: r,- 



Our brand of FAMILY FLOUR m 
WARRANTED equal to 
any in the country. 



that the " plumes " must be handed over to 
the Singer machinea 

Any explanations with reference to these 
machines will b« given by Mr. J. £. Schlenk, 
Bernheimer's Block, Stillwater. 



Strangers always look upon the advertising 
pages of a local paper as a fair index of the 
business of the town in which it is published.' World. 
—Lake City leader. j Sunday, OcU 

True as the Gospel of St. John, 0, Ltader ! \ Monnt Ararat 
Yet, our columns do not exhibit a fair index 
of the business of our city. A few merchants 
and dealers who do not advertise are doing a 
one horse business ; but when they get over 
their demoralization we expect to see them 
coining in on good time on the last quarter. 



Sermons by \. Bishop of Exeter ; preached 
befo-e the Uni' ersity of Cambridge. To be 
read on Sunday Evenings, at the Episcopal 
Church. Stillwutcr. 

Sunday, Oct 8 — The Atonement. 

Sunday, Ott. 15 — Resurrection from the 
Dead. 

Sunday, Oct 22 — God's Providence in tbe 



W e have established a 

WOOD-YARD 

Where wood of all kinds will be kept con- 

Bkantly on hand, and or sale at 

reasonable prices. 



BAR GES 



GOLD PENS 

and Holders, new style, for 
Ladies and Gentlemen. 



Stillwater, Aug. 15, 1865. 



29— The Ark Resting on 



Sunday, No -. 5— The Gifi of Repentance. 
Sunday, No- . 12— Speaking in Parables. 
Services at \ past 7. 




Potatoes are selling at fifteen cents per 
bushel in the aintly city of St. Peter. About 
If a mercantile or other business won't pay to eight months igo we were gl»d to get tbe 
advertise, the business is not worth havinp. same article a . $1.50 per bushel at the same 
and the sooner ths proprietor sells out or gives place and thei transport them forty-five miles. 
away his stock, the better it will be 
and his friends. 



For hire by the day, week or month, 
we will freight Wood, Staves, 
Posts, or other ma- 
t e r i a 1 

to any of the 
points ou Lake Saint Croix. 

Stillwater, July 1, 18«5— n4«-ly. 



And 



D 



YOU WISH TO BE CURED ? 



STATE or MINNESOTA. Washington County, Dis- 
trict Court, rir»t Judinal Din'rict,— Oeorgt II. Van 
Bljke, Plalntiir, againtt Sarah B. Van bljrlce, D^»nd- 
ant. — Summiina. 

The State of MinnMOta to the above naised defend- 
aot, Oreeting : 

iU. 8. Revenue Stamp, \ 
\ 60 Cents. J 

Tea are hereby summon d and reqoired ' o answer the j 
complaint of the plaintiff In the above entitled action, 
which complaint Is filed in the office ot the Clerk of the 
District court of Wuhington county, at the city of Still- 1 
water. In said county and State, and to serve a copy of 
your answer upon the snbscritM-r at his offlce in tbe city 
of HAotings. Dakota county. Slate of Minneenta within ' 
thirty days after the vervlce of thisiummon* upon you, | 
exclusive of the day of aoch service ; and if yuu fail to 
answer the complaint as aforesaid within the time afcrs- 
sald, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the retiel 
demanded In tbe said complaint. 

L. VAN 8LYCK. Atl'y for Plaintiff, 
Besidenee Hastings, Mioncaota. 

Dat«d July S«, 18«6 '~ 



A Large assortment of Knives k Forks, Butch 
er Knives and Pocket Knives. 

Table k Tea Spoons, all kinds. 
Shears & Scissors, Sheep shears. 
Tack Hammers, Tack Claws & Tacks all sises. 
Coffee, Tea k Gravy Strainers. 
Jigger Irons. Can Openers. 

Dinner k House Bells. Brass Hooks 

Best Dixon Stove Polish. Sad Irons 

Sad Iron Stands. 

Chopping Knives, Counter Scales 

Spring Balances and Steelyards. 

Shovels with Tongs and without. 

Halter Chains, Dog Chains, Dog Muzzles, 

DOG COLLARS— made of Chain, Brass 

and Leather. 
Charc()al Furnaces. Iron T Kettles, sll sizes 

Iron Wire Cloth. Iron Pots (extra). 

Porcelain Kettles. Enameled sauce Pans. 

Brass Kettles Cistern Pumps. 

Lead Pipe of every size. 

French Tinned Sauce Pans — 6 sisea 

Toy Castors. Flesh Forks. Iron Spoons. 

Egg Beaters. Fly Screens, 

SPIDERS— ALL SIZES. 

Round Oridles, Iron Tln'd Fry Pans. 

Baby R attles. 

Cook Stores, 

ALL SIZES. 
PARLOR COOK STOVES, 

BOX STO VES, PARLOR STO VES 
SHEET IRON. 



VTOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP. 

ARIKL KLDRIDGI. W. R. OORNMAN 

The undersigned having this day entered in- 
to copartnership, invite the public to their 
Seneral assortment of Stationery and Fancy 
iooda, at their News Depot on Main street. 
ELDRIDGE & CORNMAN. 
Stillwater, July 29, 1865— n47 



No. 1 White Lead, dry and in oil, 
25, 10, 6, & 1 lb cans. 
Red Lead in oil, same styles of cana 
Also Zinc, put up in the same manner. 
Chrome and Paris Green, dry and in oil, 

in one pound cans. 
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue in Oil. 
Zinc Gloss, Copal, Furniture, Japan, Asphal- 
tum, White Deinar, and No. 1 
Coach famishes. 
Linseed Oils, Boiled and Raw. Turpen- 
tine and Naptha. 

JfRscellaneous. 

Durkees and Burhctt's Flavoring Extracts. 
Lubin's, Baein's, Dupont's and Fra^^gapinna's 
Colognes and Perfumeries. Pomades, Hair 
Oil, Florida Water, Pink Sauces, Lily White, 
Rouge, Gilt Bottles, Fancy Colognes, Flags, 
Combs, Port monnaies, large and small pocket 
books. Pocket Knives, Shears, Scissors and 
Pointa Stove and Boot Blacking. Pearl-Bar- 
ley, Tapioca, Corn starch. Slates and Slate 
pencils. Red, Black and Blue Ink. Bird cages. 
Brush Brooms. Fiddle and Guitar strings. Fly 
paper. 

TAR AND PITCH. 

The Lucesco Carbon Oil, the best oil that is 
manufactured, always on hand; also Winter 
strained Lard, Whale, Lubricating and Fish 
Oil. 

Conntfeted with our store we have a 

First-Class Soda Fountain ! 



The premises lately occupied by the subscri- 
ber as a residence, comprising four lots, dwell- 
ing house and out-building. There is an eX' 
cellent cistern at the door. The premises are- 
well situated, and contain a variety of fruit and: 
ornamental trees, currant bushes, kc. 

For terras apply to Chaa J. Butler, Esq., at. 
Butler k Dodd's Warehouse, Stillwater, or the 
undersigned at St. Paul. 

S. J. R. MeMILLAN. 

Stillwa ter, Sept. 1863 —8-«t 

If%i«lc€r«. WMMker»^ 

Do you want Whiskers or Moustaches? 0\ir 
Grecian Compound will force them to grow oru 
the smoothest face or ciiin, or hair ou bald 
heads, in Six Weeks. Priec fl.OO. Sent by 
mail anywhere, closely sealed, on receipt off 
price. Address 
WARNER k CO., Box 138, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

GUARDIAN'S SALE— Pursuant to an or- 
der of the Probate of Ramsey county,, 
Minnnesota, licensing mc to sell certain real 
estate, — 

Notice is hereby given that on the "nh dar 
of October, 1865, at 12 o'clock M. of that day 
on the following described premises in the 
town of Woodbury, in the connty of Wash- 
ington, and State of Minnesota, 1 will sell at 
public auction, to the highest bidder Ibr cash, 
the following described real estate, Mtuate 
and being in said town of Woodbury, to wit : 

The south-west quarter (J) of seetion eleven 
(11) and the north-east quarter (J) of the 
north -we.st quarter (J) of section fourteen (14) 
township twenty-eight (28) range twenty-one, 
(21). About one-half of said property is fenc- 
ed and under cultivation, and there is a good 
house, barn and outbuilding and a well of 
water, ou said premises. 

SIMON POWERS, Guardian. 

Dated, St. Paul, Aug. 29, 1866— nl 3t 

Tbe above sals is postponed until Saturday 
the 14th day of October. 1866. 



ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS cure, in less than M days, 1 
worst caiiea ufNKRVOUSSESS. Impotency, Premature 
Decay. Seminal Wosknenn, luganity, and all Urinary, 
Sexual and Nervous Aff-ctlons, no mittter from what 
cause pn>duce<l. Price. On« OolUr per boj. Sent post- 
paid, by mall, on receipt of an 



, .. _, , , . -., .- ■--■ — order. One Boa wUl 

for him • uuess there « ere not manv grasshonperb in perfect the cure in most rase*. Addrexs 

I Nicollet county the past sammer. \ s«» ral Agv.rt, 4J7 Broadway .New ToA. 



^ A. BROOKS, 

Physician and Surgeon. 

OFFICE IN FOLSOM'S BLOCK. 

Taylors Falle, Minn. 



Russia Fipe, Common Pipe, Round Russia ^„^ .^^^-^^ ^,j ^^ ^i,^ ^^^^ ^ 
Elbow, Square do., common do. Sheet Iron _,, ma ^ 

Thimbles. Camp Kettles, (all sisea) Sheet CI*" of 8»4a to give ua a ci 
Iron Pot Covers. 

WOODEN WARE. 

Large and small Chums, S hoop pails, Wash 
Boards, Wire sieves. Wooden Bowls, all sizes. 
Well Buckets, Rolling Pins, Potato Mashers, 
Scrub Brushes, Cutter Ladles, faucets, new 
style, all sizea Lemon Squeezers, Ice Mal- 
lets, Ice Picks, Butter Prints. Large Spoons, 
Brooms, Baskets, Wheel Barrows, 

And other things too numerous to mention. 



All of tehiek can be found at the store of 

m. M. CAPRON. 



G 00 D 

give ua a call. 

Bottled Soda by the dozen or gross. 

The above comprises a partial list of our 

stock, which we ofler at 

living figures. 

Thanking the public for past favors, we re- 
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same. 



TEBfilS ®ASi. 

CARLI & CO. 

LAKE HOUSE BUILDING, 

p96 Main Street Stillwater, Min. 



STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF 
Washington, ss. — In Probate Court— In 
the matter of the estate of Francis Olegg, de- 
ceased. 

Upon reading and filing the petition of A. 
E. Jackfon, Administrator of the estate of 
Francis Clegg late of said county deceased, du- 
ly verified, and representing that it is neceaBa< 
ry to sell ail the real estate of said deceased 
for tbe payment of debts and expenses of ad' 
ministration. It is ordered that all persons io- 
terested in said estate appear before roe at idj 
office in the city of Stillwater in said county, 
on Mie 18th day of November next, at 2 o'clock 
p. M. of that day, to show cause, if ar.j, why a 
license should not be granted to said adminiS' 
trator for the sale of said real eotate. 

And it is further ordered that notice of said 
application and hearing be given to all persona 
interested in said estate, by publishiqg • copy 
of tl^is order for four succc«sive weeks prior 
to said day of bearing in the Stillwater Mes- 
senger, a weekly newspaper published in 8ai4 
ooanty of Waahington. 

B. R Ml HUOCK. Judge of Probate. 
Dated, Stillwater, Oct 6, 1866. 



DEFECTIVE PAGE 



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G It E K :^ K' 



Tashionable Jewelry Store, 




(OinCIAL.) 



THIRH 



STKKST, St. V.WL. 



The '.«di« and fjontlomen of St. Paul an. 
call and oxwiiine the 



vicinitr are invitid to ^..^^.v-t 

LARGBST AND CHOICEST A<^SORTMENT 

Of ^fW Styl«'« «* J«'w«'lry, 

O-OX^ID ^ft^isriD SILVER 
ira/.A.-.. <7.»<-*.^ Ni^-r Vk'-- '•'"'"/ "i"' ^^ 



in »ix monllw thortafter, with interest at sev 

iSALE OF SCHOOL "NDS. -£^^^^^^^1^^^^^^^^ 

Z^l "l aro"om.r.d No .ale will i>e kept 
o.K.n lonpr than cue day. and no laud- w.U 
hesold^.ccptatp«|dio.>l..^^^^^^^^ 

Commissioner Staiw La.id Olliee. 



18C)5. 



1865. 



I„ pnrjuanoo of law. I. Charlci. Mcnrath, 
Commi.:.iomr of the State Land OP ice of the 



ATSTJLLWATK.R, 



Mv .TOO*, were purchased exelu.^nelN for 
*'- " wholesale hoa.Hcs III the 



cash from tlie larscor-t » 
iMion and are for wlc at the 

Aa ^.,oa8WAuunt.d prociioiy «=* >■;".•■■' ■;'•';: 

,a t\ish T aid lor old gold and .i v.r A fn 
;„,;plv of WATCU MATERIALS alwav* on 

Seth Thomas* Clocks, also agent 



•VV.A.'X'* 





suppl 
hand. 

Agent for 
for the ccUlirated 

f%. I**' gi.»<.IO A. J*' 

-^criDtio.1 of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry 

TtheCt possible manner. We manufacture 

kinds of 

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Or anr other pattern of Jewelry. &c.. in our 
Oranromerp , be diu.e promptly m a 

«nd BETTER THAN 



Sutc of Minnesota, do hereby do :Ure and 
make known that a public »le )f School 
Unds will be neld in the unde, mentioned 
oountv at the time and place hereiaalter des- 
i|;;nalud, to wit : 

W.\SHINr,TOK COUNT r. 

SATURDAY. OCT iMh, lSf«. 
p«rwU uf >*iiii, vU : 

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XPTON-TOWN 28, RAN( E 20. 
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BRILLTANT, EASY SHINING, 
Leather Preserving 

BLACKING. 

A Composition of 

NEAT'S FOOT OIL 





ILLCOX & 

NOISELESS 




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y\\X STITCH, HEM, FEll. TUCE, CORD, BIND 

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II .ill with tka finMmn—A\t %ai thrawl.rull from i».rf«cl wor« 

Sial with »<> rh.).!. of DWdl., lhr«ul or Wnilon. It will uM w«ri« 
rlh« illu-h, wS loop bolsii TwtrriD by ni««i« of 



iBf from evrry 



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rNY"c'^'irKR"ESTABLlsnMENT IN TUIS 
<wrTU)N OF THK COUNTRY. All orders 
,'v'tlw; or otherwise will receive prompt at- 

'"aU kind's of new wheels and new p..rta-of 
tde watch mauufacturcd for lli£ !..,«ie at rea- 
aoiiable disoMunt. 

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By Fh'iUp Smith, B. A. 

ONE OF THE PUISCIPAL COXTRIDUTORS 

TO THE DICTIONARIES OF GREEK 

\ND ROMAN ANTigriTIES, Bl- 

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which at on«- prove the demand for sT- 
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PURE IVORY BLACK. 

Imparting to BOOT and 
SHOE LEATHER thej^oft 
ness and pliancy ot 
while with one-fourth the 
labor usually employed m 
the applications of the or- 
dinary Blackings, it produc- 
es a //:r/^L.l6'A' i:;^V^13/- 
EL GL OSS, equalled only 
by Patent Leather. 

Sold at Retail by all 
GROCERS AXD SHOE 
DEALERS, 

Orders received by Amer- 
ican Advertising Agency, 
389 Broadway New York 

AVI) WHOLESALED A7 THE MANl- 
FACTUHEKS PM'OT, 

1B4 KtitdtSt., Arte York. 



"18 vears established in N. Y. City. 
" Onlv iiifullible rtinedies known." 
" Free from Poisnr.s." ^^ 

" Not dangerous to the Human Fsmily. 
" Rats come out of their holes to die. 

GOSTAR'S RAT, ROACMiC EXTERMINATOR 

In ii p»«le — u«ed Sir KaU. 
Mu'-t. Ii(MU/n» SltiiJt and 
RrtI AnU, Ac, <*<•., <*<". 

« COSTAR'S" BKI) BIG EXTERPrtlKATOR 

Is a li<|Ul(t or WH*h. u«ed to 
deatrov, and "'"o *» • I"'*- 
Tentlve for B«d-BuK». *«• 

COSTAR'S ELECTRIC POWDER FOR INSECTS/ 

Fleas. Bed-Bin.-^, InaectK on 
Planta, Fowls, Auiniali, Ac, 

jy Sold by all Druggists and retailers every 

where. , , . .^ 

rm-l ! '. BEWARE I ! ! of all worthless imiU 

lions. . , . 

^-See that " CostarV name is on each box, 
Bottle, and Flask, before you buy^ 

HEWRY R.COSTAR. 

g^XD I :y Principal Dkpot, 48i Bkoai.wat. N. Y. 

t^Sold by CARLI Ac CO. 

and all Druggists and Dealers in Siillwtiter, 
Minneaota. 



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natiun, ha- '' '■^^"'""'.^'J' u\Z.'[u. t«-ii.ni..K inthesa- 
,..,ry »-^P'<:l-*^^;;"''".;i',;';^':f ci»ilizaU.-nin tb, 

•"T.-^iLnr-tlK origin and tlrst appearance of 
9 retlect the det»ched ncenea "f 



STILLWATER-TOWN 80. RANGE 20. 
^(. ^e 16 Prairie >.8 W 

GREENFIELD-TOWN 30. RANGE 21. 
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ti^ mis>fO», t.> the remotest r.-K.oi« ..f the 



luti.'U and mitjorinif. our .uiu .>. »■ ".•"» ■" _ " , 
'ral part, which »»-.iredly from ..ne ^e.t wbole. 
^J.r.U. und. r th.; guidance of pjv.noProv- 



niaale 
result* nl>- 



the-«ever 

3;;;;;j:^:"":u;:it^wueii (^rda-ued i.. the uivme pur. 

''^■pains will be spared to m:die this history jcholar- 
like^ns/b-tan.e ,nd p-pular in .tyle. If w.ll be f.>unded 
m the U^t authorities, amient .wl m..l.rn, original 
and sec^.ul u y. The va-t (Hrop-eM reeently 
hi.t,.ric,il and critical invesnirati.ina, the 
tained r" m the mo.lern science o. comparative philol..- 
«, I.d th^discoveries which have la.d open new soure- 
st',.? nf.rmatwn coneernin« the Ka*t. afford .uch facil- 
^u^ M toioake the preaenl atlt epoch tor our undertak 

■°The work will b- divided into three PerixJseich com- 
plete iiTiJelf, and wiU form Eight Volumen iu Demy 

^V^"VctF-.T nisTORT. Sacred an.l » c.lir: firom the 

"creation to the Fall d the Western Empire in A. 

T> 4711. Two Volnmei*. 

n-MFPiavM. llisToRT, Civil and Eocle^ia»t!c.al ; 

fptntiie Fall ..f the Western Empire to the Uk- 

In;.' ol Coo^tantim.ple by the Turk*, la A. D. 

\IJA Two Volume*. 

ITI— M«»«aN IIIST..BV, from the Pall .if the Byzantine 

Empire to our own Times. Four Volume. 
It willhe publl-he.! in •* vol... Svo Price m cloth 
$8^T"r volume. SI.' ep. «J0. Ualalf Morocco, |5. 

L-F\T3W\NTKDin.VU- PARTS of the COfNTRT. 
'^ ipilliu^ abould be ma.leat once lo the PublUh.r. 

44S A 445 Broaciway, New York. 



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(1 irARDIAN'S S.\LE. — Pursuant to an or- 
T der of the Probate of Ramsey county, 
Minnnesota, licensing me to sell cerUin real 

^"^ Notice is hercbv given that on the 7th day 
of October. lt<f..'., at 12 o'clock M. of that day 
on the following described premises in the 
town of Woodbury, in the county of Wash 
ington, and State of Minnesota, I will sell at 
public Auction, to the highest bidder tor ca.<h. 
the following described real estate, situate 
And being in said town of Woodbury, to wit : 
The .*outh wtst quarter (i) of -sc'-tion eleven 
(11) and the northeast (juartcr (i) of the 
northwest (juarter (i) of section fourteen (U) j ge nw 
township twenty-eight (28) range twenty-one. , „e sw 
<2l). About one-half of said property is fenc- j nw sw 
ed and under cultivation, and there is a good 
hou>e. barn and outbuilding and a well of 
water, on said premises. 

SIMON POW ERS, Ga.irdian. 
18t)."i. — nl 3t 



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Dated, St. Paul. Aug. 21), 



FORECLOSURE — Whereas 



MORTGAGE _ 

defiiult has been made in the payment of j^^ 4 ^„ 



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the money secured bv a certain mortgage ete 
cuted by William McKu^ick of Washington 
coui.ty. Minnesota, to Aiidi-cw Mackey of 
tou in said county and State, 
lith day of February a d. ISotf, 
mortgage 



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Roofing 

In Rolls reaJy t.. n,iil down. 

Roofing 

Costing less than half ns much tta Tin. 

Roofing 

More durable than Tin. 

Hoofing 

Suitable fur steep i-r flat roofs. 

Hoofing 

Not injured by heat or cold. 

Hoofing 

Easily and rapidly applied. 
The most of the materials employed 
in the construction of this Roofing, have, 
been used in various ways for roofing 
purposes for over fifteen years, and our I 
manner ofcombininj; them into one firm, 
impermeable, uniform fabric, secured by | 
Patent, increases their durability, while 
at the same time being manufactured by 
machinery on a larpe scale, the cost is 
lessened. Our Koufiiig is adapted t^» 
buildings of all descriptions, and in all 
climates, and can be applied to steep or 
fl!\t roofs, old or new and by ordinary 
workmen at a trifir.g expense. For uni- 
formity cfiiiiality cninpleteness of finish, 
facility of applfealion, cheapness and 
diirabilty, we invite a thorough trial. 
We also manufacture 

For Leaky Tin and Iron Roofs. 

Much cheaper and more durable than 
oil paint, .-is it forms a much heavier 
body and will not crack, run or flake 
off. 

Compound Cement. 

For Leaky Shinjjle Roofs, Chimneys 
and Skylights. 

A sure remedy that will often save 
the cost of a new roof. 

Siimples of Rot.fing jnd Circulars 
sent by mail upon application. 

Favorable t'^rnis made with respon- 
sible panics who buy to sell again. 
REA >V ROOFi:«G CO., 
n45 73 MAO EN LANE. N. Y. 



18 6 5. 

INCREASE OF R.\1'S.— The Far- 
mer's Gazette (English) asserts and 
proves by figures that one pair of rats 
will have a progeny and des^;endants no, 
less th.nn 651,050 in three yea.^s. Now,| 
unless this immen.se family can be kept 
down, they would consume more food 
than would sustain 65.000 human beings. 

33f°See " Costar's" advertisement in 
this paper. , 

1865. 

RATS versus BIRDS.— Whoever en- 
gages in sho<iting small birds is a cruel 
nian ; whoever aids in exterminating 
',fl/«isa benefactor. We should like 
some of our correspondents to give us 
the benefit of their experience in driving 
out these pests. We need something 
besides dogs, cats and traps for this bus- 
iness. — Scientijic American. 

r:^"See "CostarV advertisement 
in this piper. 

1865. 

" COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINA 
TOR is simple, safe and sure— the most 
perfect Rat ification meeting we have ev- 
er attended. Every Rat that can get it, 
properly prepared according lo direc- 
tions, will eat it, and every one that eats 
it will die, generally at some place as 
distant as possible from where the med- 
icine was taken.— Z/oAre Shore, Mich., 
Mirror. 

See " Costar's" advertisement in this 

paper. 

1865. 

IIOrSEKEEl'ERS troubled with 
vermin need be so no longer, if they use \ 
"CobtahV Exterminator. We have] 
used it to our satisfaction ; and if a box 
cost fij we would have it. We have j 
tried poisons, but they eflTccted nothing ; ' 
but " Costar's" article knocks the breath 



inUt«4 10 - 

vrrtTK.'v aiid to THIM SI ITtH pr#ii ,.^_ 

rJ^SU ■KKIORITV. DUKABILlf Y. KLAiTlCITV .nd BKAlITT 
A P.UfilMl I)..!,-. pr.TOTU Ih. p««lbilltr o( tli. m.chm. b.luf 
nnlDlhi wrong diriuon. or lb. ».l.i.c. wk**l ...r w«rl»f or 
lonrblni tbodiTM. ^^^ 

THK HEEDLE CANHOT BB SET WBOHO, 

Thoi ftToiii'.nf lb* gf^i iroubU of olhrT^mftchin«« 

1^0 BKEAKING OF NEEDLES. 

Tlio bl»d» '.f lh« BWdlo 1« l«M UiM thrw foortluef ao loth long, 
tmt !• itrmirbt. 
Trt« HKMMER AND rELLinCAN NEVER BESET WRONa 

AOT on. m«v UJMt lh.ni IK mi 04«rt. TU h.iii miy b.of »■» 
width. Noolb.rS.mm.rorMl.rl. lik.tbto. It turn. ih. b.m oa 
Ifc. rl«M or ood.r .Id. M vou wMlll. ,_._. 

IT WILL NOT DHOP STITCHES. A. ik. »«*"«„^ ''""y* 
wt rlfhs Ik. bl»d. .hurt w>d •ir.iibt, do« not Tibr*l«, Ilk. longor 

**u"u n.B bT Hmm •! 8000 ttUrliw p«r inli>ol»-«th« ni»«hli>«« 
»»ooly400 ti. IVIW, wlU) .aluly. Th»y »r. 

MaBDfacturcd with Matbematlcal PreclsioD, 

H.»M»<bp«rlUlnUr.b»i.ir..l.l..i.d tM b« r^dllv r.plMd In 
am ol KTld«iU Th. n.wl.m. «»>•""« I" *lj"«'»d h.nr. will not 
ml 0.1 of or.lM. It will l..t > |-.i.»r«lloB,lf |.t..i.erlr r.r«l for. 
Noa* who h... UM.I It "••" h. P"-..«l'.l to "•• .nr "<[>"■ 

mrERE HEVEK KQ(TA.I.EI>. 

luRAPllllTV ABSC1LIITE*TILLNKSS. EASEOK MOTIO!*. 
..,^oSn« «d o-..l«~..f lU H.- «d F.L. w.r. NEVER AP- 
PROACIIKU bv .nv nthor niAchln.. W. c.n ell in .ny boT or (M 
fnn> lb. .tr.«;»na wllh thr- mlnntwln.lraction tb.y "11 Ml lb. 
M^l.. .tutl. i)i. Uwiinwir. or f.ll.r, and do lb. work wlUi .aUr* 

"tmJTf.jm unirofMlly P""""""-* "''• "" "'" r.Mtir S«wlnf 
MnchlD.in Ih. world. l*b«U..r Uif iMrlU of tb.oth.r mntblM^ 
U U no d..,«,«.m«.t to my th. WlMce. * Olbh. « worth, for 
funiU »•• do.ibl. Ih.l of UT oUiw twt Kftmi to lb. pnblle. 

I, ricuid lb. Uold Mfd.1 o( th. Americu In.tlUl.— Ul. int 
wnrnlam for 

"THE BEST SEWING MACHINE.'* 

•llh.erMt N.w Enilnnd F»ir - the V-rmovt SUI. F.ir - lb. 
p.nn.vlTuii.Sul» F»lr- ih. Indl.n»Sl.t. I'»ir — »nd Jl othM 
f'™i VrrmiuDM. .1 th. m~tlD». of M.ch.oio.1 .nd ScUnllfi. SodMiM 
kll OT.r ih. world, »t» nmnni !u Irophle. in t»M. 

It Is now the Great Lcadin e Kami 1} 8cwlBK MMklM 
ALL OVER THE WORLD. 

Vrin ot M.<lilnM, with haoiBirr. I.ll.r, (kago, oil taa. asm 
•MdlM lulldlr«llon^*c,fr<■IB$*»to»l3«. 

Bar'num's Self-Sewfr, for all SewlnR Machines, 

OnidM th. work ltMlf.«.oidin|[lh. br «l p.«t«r. and rtr»io on tb. .ya*. 

W. t»" .r°" m.ch.i« lo ..chnnp.. W,i.ll Oi. .CoTTOli.Slia, 
Twl«.Dd M«ni.. f.r.T.ryklndof Mwln»ir.«l>m.. 

AOENTS WANTEIl. -T.rm. to »s.nt«, d»rriplW. clrmluiBl 
MMini.'ni of work tnl frw by m.ll, on rK.i|.t of ii»mp, or hui o>- 

L. COENELL & CO., Gen'l Ag'ts, 

m Uke street, CHICAGO, IU. 



;--t:c!riCiit8 cc rc;.-lC'.i.B« vrc.i i-i' -^ 
tnd is good for mcD^woxcatnd jt. ..rca. ^ 

v4 




toLOOD! BLOOD! BXiOODl . 

FLUID EXiaACT SARSAPARILLA, 

tlonal dlr-aseB arising f7«J,.«.":f"**'* remedy for tho 
and tbo only ro'.l.-.blc i.r.d "^^f '^f'^^^^r^.e'.mTpatos and 
wro of Bcrofnla. f-ca'.d Ke-d. Salt J^'^;^"*' * ^ ,^ 

Lees. Elotchcs.nirr-cs on t^.o Face. Tetter. fcr7BI»w^ 
Mid ttU Bcaly Ernplloua oi iUo Bkln, _»„_- 

ASO Sr^ACTiy Viyft XgE COMPI-EXlOar. 

yOT_A_FK"W 
» .V- -.n«.t ^tAo-aen li^Bfllct niMiMnd arise trwa. the 

rctjovatoa the Elood. ImUHS 
ByBtcm. and purges out the 



•1«"="°<='=-V^f^"^-^„V;c^vatosthcnood.ln.UIl. 

.„ tho Bystcm. and purges out the 

bmnor's wLlch tns'.:e disease. It .tlmuUtes tbe hedlhy 



BiTAHiiiA. It cleanses: 
tho vleor of hcallh into tho 



HULMBCLD'S EXTRACT BUCMU, 

Forwette.o«arlr.lnK fron. F.'-.-e., Il»Mts of DLdf 
Uoa. Early loUlscretlon. af.cudoa v^'h tUo foUoxrl:. 

Symptorjs: 
Ini'Jjposltlon lo Exertion, 
lx)t8 ot Memory, 
tVeak 'Serves, 
norror of LUjCr.sO, 
Dlranc"? of VUloa, 
Hot Ilar.Ja. 
Drync; uf iho f.kin, 
Vnivcrwil LoktUcile, 



I. It.? of roTTcr. 
r.a.calty ol i;re»iMnz. 
Trec'.V.irc, 
TTaUcful'ucj't, 
rv.a la the i'ici, 
nushln- 1 f I'-o riodr, 
r;--p",on i cf tl:c Tr.cc, 
rt'.llJ Counienoucc, 



"ru3onrcTt;ci;d;.e«dexpelUhcdl«.raeratha^^^^^^^ 
L rankle in the Mood. SUCH a ^'^"f/ '^^J'^'^^^ 
rcncd ontiaelcng been ^or^^^l^^-^^^Xl^- ^ 



UmothcpuUlcbttvoonconv— - . ,„.^-„,t.effectfc 
not admit of cerUflcatei to show "»««="• 
, ina. ot a elns'.o bottle will Bhow to tho sick thattt 

ba^lts^rtuesBurpasamg anything theyhavc_ejertja.^ 



13 its Tlrtnes Bnrpasalng anything they have ejer lawnu 
TtoUWespoonSulofthcExtractofSa^aparina^^^ 

toopintof waterlscQualto the 1^';'°° ^^^Jp -- 
030 bottle is ftlly eqiM to a gallon of the Syrnp or 
parllla, or the decoction as tusoally mad.. 



ill. A. .UAKI ■'», 
Ageut for Hiiiuetota. 



irnsrulcr Fybfcn. 
ThchO.jiTiploinsIf ai;o«cJ.'» GO on (^Wch IhL. :.c- 
cine Invariably rrmoTci.l. soon I'joov.— 

KATUITT, EP!!."rTlO 1!T... /tc, 
jnoneof Ti-hlch the pftil:3r.t r..::y erpire. ■-ho cm f 
tbey arocot Irotiucnlly follov/..! '..y ti^osi ■<"-'--^' - 

'""•" rc S.V.VITY Axo c -.■ jsujir.-io:: ? 

Many are aware if the ciusc of their barfciira.but no- 
T-n confcM. The r-;oor.!3 of '.ho l:i?r.'!C ar .-.rui s^nl t.; 
uc'lancholy deaths h;- co23n:n. Ion bear amplo wtlaosa u. 
lie troth of the asstrti-ra. 

Tho Constitution, onoe nCrcctcl •.,/ orTnulc r-cr.tnp. 
roriuliM the aid of Ti.crilclno to s'rcus'.hcn ana!.-.tiEO;;a 

, ...1. TT.-T >fT'.->t I)'S FX"^'; V',T Ol' BLcn 
thnBvslcm, which II. -LMi-Jl.!' s»:.A ..- v,. 

luvorlah-.y Coca. A tri»l ^rnl convlaco Ibo moat bcepUca. 





HELMBOLD'S ROSE WASH, 

Anexcclleat Lotion for dlBesses arising trom l>»Wt« •« 
dl».lp»Uon.n6odln connection with the Extract. Bocha 
and SarBaparina.ln anch dlseaaes as \^''°^^''^^-r}- 
dcnce of the most responsible and reliable character will 
accompany the medicine. Also expUclt directions for 
use, tcM hundrtds of thov-^ands living witnesses. and up- 
wards of 80.000 unsolicited cerHQcates and recommenda- 
tory letters, many of which ore from the hlgheat eourcss. 
laclurtlng eminent rhyslclans. Clergymen. Statesmen, 4«. 
The Proprietor has never resorted to their publication to 
tho newBpapera ; he does not do this from the fact that Ws 
articles i nnk na Standard Preparations, and do not noeo 
tobeproppedopbycertlQcatcs. 

The Science of Medicine, like Ihe Doric Column, shoold 
■tand almplefpure. majestic, having Fact for lU basl^ 
IndncUon for lu pillar, and Troth alone for lU Capttrt. 



Roaches and Bed- 



ns k lYon 

—IMPROVED— 

The greatest improvement yet in the Sewing 
Machine art. A curiosity worth seeing. 

Please send for circular with sample of sew- 
ing. 

These Improved Machines save one jiunpreo 

PER CENT, of Thread and Silk, and make the 
LOCK STICII alike on both sides. 

They require no in«truction to operate per- 
fectly, except " the printed direction 

No chango in sewing from one kind of goods 
to another 

And no taking apart to clean or oil. 
Our NEW MANUFACTORY is now com- 
plete, with all its machinery and tools entirely 
new, and is already rapidly turning out Ma- 
chines which for BEAUTY and PERFECTION 
of FINISH are not surpassed by any manufac- 
ture in the world; 
1 X. B.— Should any Machine prove unpatis 



Tnmany affections pect^Uar lo ^"•'■"'''"•'"LdT/^U 
Evcnv Is upcqualed by any u'.Usi rcmody. and for ai. 
complaints Incident lo the r ci, or in tie 

DECI.DCE OH CII.\SOK OF EU'E, 

ty 5US SYUTTOJia ADOVT.. 

No Family fiUould be without It. 





Take no I5aliam.>rcrcury,or niiplcuiant medicine for 
nnpleasant and aangorons diseases. 

iiLLilBGLiJ'i EXTIt^LiT Bliuiiu 

AND ^- 

Cprca Secret Ihiaases 
In all their stages llttlo expense, little or no change of 
4lel.no inconvenience, and NO EXPOSURE. 



My Extract faresparr.la is a Elood rnrlfler ; my Extrae* 
Bncbu Is a Eluretic, and will cct as such In all caaes. 

Both oro prepared on purely BClcntino principles— <» 
tacuo— and are tho most ncllvc measures of either that 
can be made. A ready and conclnslve test win be a com- 
parlson of their properties with those set forth In the foW 
lowlns TTorta : 
8eo Dlrpesratorr of the tTnltcd States. 
Bco rrofessor De .tees' valuable works on the PractlM 

OfFh-Mc. _._ 

Bee 'rcaarkP made bv the celebrated Dr. Pnrsic. PWla. 

Ece rcniarks n;ado by Er. Ephbaim McDowiti, a cele- 

fcratod rhralclan end Jlcmbcr of tho Royal College of 

Eurgoons, Ireland, and puhlished in the Transactions of 

the Elng and Qncca's Journal. «__.*. 

Bee Modlco-Chlrurglcal r.evlew, rnbllshed by Bl»rw 

Tratxis. Fellow of the Eoyal College of Burgeons. 

eee moat of the late standard worka on Mediclna. 




EXTRACT BUCHU 

reran affcctloti^ and dlPcai.M of th'-e organs. whulhet 
EXISTIXa IN' M.\' 




: r, or. vkm.vlI' 

From whatever cnnseorlrlnf.tI:u...r.,'. .•io.:'...ltcrho^ long 
r.tandlng. Diseases of tUcio orguTis rcquUe tho aid of a 

■""'helmbold's EXinAri b'jcku 

Is the Great Diuretic. 
And It is certain to havn the des;.-ci effect In all dUeaae. 
lot which It la recommended. 



eOEC ET AT.L DRUGGISTS r-'Hi ^ UEIO. 
Addreee letters for information, In couUdence, .9 

T. HZZ>ia30Z<D, 

Ch.orrxiet. 



XL 






out of Rats, Mice, v..v.. ,..• . , , 

Bugs, quicker thau we can vvrite it. ItJ factory, it can be returned and money refund- 

is in great demand all over the country. | ^ 
—Medina, Ohio, Gazette. 



See " Costar's" advertisement in this 
paper. 

1865. 

A VOICE FliOM THE FAR WEST 
—Speaking of " Costar's" Jtat, Roach, ] 
Sac, Exterminator—" more grain and i 
provisions are destroyed annually in 
(5rant County by vermin than would 
nay for tons of this Rat and Insect 
'\ix\\^T:'—Lancnster, Wi*., Herald. 

See " Costar's' advertisement in this 
paper. 

1865. 

FARMERS and Housekeepers should 
recollect that hundreds of dollars worth 
of Grain. Rr<ivisions, &c., are annually 
destroy*! by Rats, Mice, Ants and oth- 
er insfcls and vermin — all of which can 
be prevented by a few dollars worth of 
"C. star's" Rat, Rtiach, &c., E-Xtermina- 
tor, bought and used freely. 

2^-'Seo " Costar's" advertisement in 
this paper. 

g^f-SoJd in Stillwater, Minnesota, 

^5^By CARM & CO., and by 
Druggists and Dealers. 



Agents wanted in counties not canTaased by 
our own agents. 

FINKL.E & L.YOI^, 

Setring Machine Company, 

No. 538 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 
nl7-I2 mos. 




Swain^s Bowrbon Bitters! 
Swain^s Bowrbon Bitters I \ 
St€ain'>8 Bcurbon Bitters .'j 

A ho.-tlthy tonic, p-ntlestlmulant, and unequal- 
led morning api.ttizor. Prepaivd in npe oM 
Bourbon. B«iDK now u.e.1 to the exelusion of 
all other Bittern, in more thnn fifty LnlU..! 
8Ut.-« Armv I/otpitaU, and million* of private 
families, and i» the on/y P"P"'" "'''li";! 
which ha« been especially ea^empttd from, 
ttamp iatt by the United StaU-* Rovernnaent. 
on llle (troiind of its having Ken adopted as a 
iUndard remedy by the medical profession. 



Pr'n-icipnl Depots— 
: Helmbold's Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 
' No. 59-1 BROADWAY, N. Y., 

OB TO 

Helmbold's Medical Depot, 
No. 104 SOUTH TSNTH ST., PHII.A. 

Beware of Counterfeits 
ASK FOR HELSSBOLIT":" 

TAKE NO orH KRI 

MORTGAGE SALE. 
Whereas defanlt 1j*9 »>^n made in the con- 
ditions of a ctrtain ii.aciiture of mortgage 
bearing; date the third du.v of .iKnuary a. n. 
1863, cxpiMiled l.v Adam Albieeht, late of the 
GWiniv of Wiishinj;toii Minn.-:«ota. mortgagor, 
unto Susanna Aiigd.sberg, o< the same county, 
mortgagee, <lnlv recorded in the office o» tho 
Re.^i<tcr of Deeds in and fo«- Washington coun- 
tv State of Minnesota, on the 18lh day of 
March 1863. at 1 1 o'clock a. v. in book (t of 
moifag-s, aces 2'.<. 30 and 31. upon whwrh 
ther."is claimed lo lie due and is d .:e at tho 
dVte of this notice the sum of * 154 Si— being 
for a p'Mt of the purchase money ol 9;iid pre!»- 
■ no suit or proceedings at law have 
1 • u.;^.. ..-. ^^ recover tlie amount due thereort 
tic and durable Spring ever used- They sol- , ^^ ^^^ the,co» : And llic said mortgagor 

dom bend or bi-eak, like the the Single Springs, i ^j.^^-.^,',^ ^^ ^j^^ statute in such case made ami 
and consequently preserve their prefect mul ^^.^^.j^p,, did waive all his right and equity of 
beautiful Shape more than twice as long as j:^^,^^^ j'^n ;„ „„d to said premises except oae 
any Single Spring Skirt that Ever lias or can ^. ,^,.,^\„,„. ^hi^.i, provision is contained m 



New Skirt for 

1 8 G 5 - . 

The great invention of the age in 

HOOF SKIRTS- 

J W BRADLEY'S New Patent DIIPLEX 
ELLin-IC (or double) SPRING SKIVT. 

This Invention consists of Duplex for two) 
Elliptic Pure Refined Steel Spring i"t^'<"';"»";- j f,;;^a"p..Vt ol 
ly braided lightly and firmly together edge to <»' P^_^^ ^ 
edge, making the toughest. '"O'^flexi do elas- ^^^^^ ^^ 



Siiid inorlgiigc. 

Now therefore, notice 



'"^STi'lLWATER-TOWN 30. RA. 
lots % 3. 5, 6, 7, », 9, 1'^ . o nn 

lotsl.'i. 3i*. 6•^•7^t• 
9. 10. 11. 12. IS.l^'A'- 
lrt. of n 



GE 20. 



all 



8 00 



20. 



Al- 
dated the 
hich «aid 
was recorded in the ofBce of the 
Kfoistci- ot Deeds of the county of Washington ^ ^ _ 
afiuesaid in book F oi mortg.iges, on page 44 \Q^^ ^^ .^^ 3. 4. 5. «. 7. 8. 
on the loth day o» Febiuary a. d. 1859, at lo .j^ i„. 11, 1«, 13. 14, l.>.^ 

A. M. .^ l|16. ofsw 

And whereas the ssid mcrtgage was on the j^^^ i_ -2, 3, 4. 5. tt, 7. », 
18th dav of September. A. D . 1865. by the 9, 10, II. 12, oise " 
Srtld Andrew Matkey, duly sold and assigned 1 MARINE— TOWN 3 

to one John McKusiek o» said county which joj^ 5 ,vnd 9 of nw 3tt Timb it 
sail assitrnnient bears d^te on that dav, and 1 \^^ ^^ 7^ i 12 of nw " 
wa-« recorded in the ofliocoftho Register i^i 3 ^f „«, " 

of Oeed.^ in and for said county of Washington 1193,6, 7,9, 11, 
on the 19th day of September, 186"). in book 12, gw 
G (if mortijages. on page* 49B and 497. 1 lot 8 of sw 

The. Aiuuunt claimed to be and now due on [j^t 10 of sw , , , t .1 .„ fK..i, .,v. 

.ai.l mortg .ge at the time of the first publica- 1 »so lauds will be sold fo leas than their aj^ 
ti<.nof this notice is the sum of t.>63 85. praised value per acre, an I ^'^^ "6""» «- 

Now tijerefore notice is hereby given that \ J^rved to withdraw from iiarket any of tHe 
by virtue uf the {...wer of sale contained m ttacts advertised. on^lhe^|ayj^t^*«H'-|^^^ that | Dated, Stillwater. Sept. 19. 1865 

s«rcntT five 



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8 00 
RANGE 

17 00 
10 00 

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10 00 

7 00 
00 



i^TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF, 
O Washington, ss.— In Probate Conrt— In j 
the matter of the Estate of John Messinger, I 
late of said County deceased. I 

Upon reading and filing the petition of So- 
phia Messinger of said county, widow of John I 
Messinger, Life of said county deceased, pray 
ing for reasons therein set forth, that letters ] 
of administration upon the estate of the said | 
John Messinger decea.sed, may issue to herself | 

It is ordered that said application be heard 
and determined before me at my office in the 
city of Stillwater, in said county, on the 1 Ith 
day ol tfetdtiet «ext, at 2 o^look p. «. of 
that day. .-•.->' . "' ' . , . , 

And it is further ordered that notice of said 
application and hearing be given to all persons 
interested in s«i>l estate, by publishing a copy 
of this ord«r for three successive weeks prior 

countv of Washin^oiu ,-..■. 

' H R. *l^DOCK. Judge of Probate. 



A NEW BUSINESS 

EDWARD DEG6ELLER, 

BUCKSKIN DRESSER. 

WEST OF STATE PRISON, IN STONE 

HOUSE OF FRANK AIPLE 

The highest market price will be paid for 

DEER, SHKEP and HORSE SKINS. 

'Special notice is hereby gi vcn that having 
had 3.) year* experience in the TANNINO 

nCSlXESS, I am prepared to dreas Buck- 
skins of all kinds at the lowest prices. 

Purticnlar attention given to dressing skins 



sa-d mortgage, and in pursuance of the statute j j,^ terms of the 

lu snch case made and provided, the said , ig„tjg aesignatcd "1 . 

mortgage will be foreclosed ^y Jh^ .ale of the ,,„,. of the purcha^jnon ly -^^^^'^ P^^^*! 



lu snch case made and provided, the said | ig„jjj designated " Timbei , 

"". ■ • - • „..i. of the purchi 

premises in said morteti^e described, at public , t^e time of sale, while Ian la 



per' 



auction, by the Sheriff of said county at the ',^1. onlv fifteen per cent 

*. of the Sheriff in the city of Stillwater, j ^onev will be required, 
coantv of Wa.^hington, Minnesota, on the first , especially valnablc for ti nber »" "eo"- 
•^ •, .- w— *. „ taui". .» IQ A'nliu^k ' .:'„ «f.h*. mifchi 9e money roqui 



St. Croix i MiisiMippi Steamboat CompBty. 



The New Light Drafl Steamboat 

V I O L j^. 



will make regular semi-weekly tripa for the 
season Itetween La Crosse, Stillwater, and all 
intermediate points on the Mississippi river 



Satisfaction will be guaranteed to all. 
Stillwater, Aug. 29, 186.5.— n I -2m. 



St. Croix Brewery. 

AT STIL WATER, MIN. 



Swain's Bourbon Bitters. 

JO-They »r«. made of ■i.Bro.llenti. well-known 
«nd aoproved l.v tb- MKDICAL PROFESSION 

:ri.tJ;i;rP0WKRFrL tomc PPorKRTiBS 

»r.. both palpable un.l ple«»snt. with M.ffi.ient 
8TRKNOTHEN1NO PROPtRTlKS to correct 
the bill.'U" .leranKeoient of the system, and act 
like a charm when taken according to direc- 
tion. «.' « remeily '"' the foll.-winp di.eajo- :- 

ivitinvsTioN nvsPKPSiA, jalmjii^i'', 

UVFR AFKK-TI0N9. LOSS OF APPKTITK. 
loWSESS OF SPIRIT, SALLOW CO.MPLEX- 
lON. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters ! 

FOR 

HEADACHE, COSTl VF.NF.aS. and kindred dU- 
ean.-», arisiiiu Iron, a disorded c.indllion ot the 
Btom.ich , Liver, or Bowels. Let every ""« 'ry 
these aKrreable Bitter. ; once tried an-l ""^d, 
they -ill rec..n.m,nd them with confidence to 
all others who are in need of » " " ?, 1!!! 
Igreealde «t.d effectual Wnic Th« '•E;^'? '"J. 
cre:winK' .I'-rn.^nd for thene Bitters haHlnduc*<r 
mc to K.ve them publicity, -o that thou.ands 
who have notuge<l them, may try them and be 
convinced of their efficacy. 

Swaias Bourbon Bitters ! 

^^LADIES. who hare tried and found mos 
other" STOMACH BITTKK8" loo bitter, onpal- 
atftble and too hlulily medicated for their deli- 
cate taste, please trlve these a trial, and you 
will not be without them. They will give tone 
to the otomach, and ctrength to the whiile iya- 
tem *«, It v..ur dniptilsl "t trade*»«n ha4 
not TOt THESF, BITTERS, have him send for 
them, ^riteuietnb^r the natae, and take a<f 
other. 

Bourbon Bitters. 



be made. 

The wonderful flexibility and great comfort 
and pleasure to any I.ady wearing the Duplex 
Elliptic Skirt will bo experienced particularly 
in all crowded Assemblies, Opcra.s, Carriages, 
Railroad Cars, Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for , 
Promenade and Uou.se Dress,, as the Skin can 
be folded when in use to occupy a small place 
as easily and convieuUy as a Silk or Muslin 

A Ladv having Enjoyed the Pleasure, Com- 
fort and'great Uouveiiience of wearing the Du- 
plex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a single i \y^;y^(~Won aforesaid"—' 
dav will never afterwards willingly dispense | 
with their use. For ChiMren Misses and , 
Youn" Ladies thev are superior to all others. 

The Hoops are covered with 2 plv double 
twisted thread and will wear twice as long as , 
the S.n-'le varii covering which is used on all ;. ._ 

Sincrle Steel Hoop Skirts. The three bottom bidder, to pay the amount due on 
rods on every Skirt are also Double Steel, and gage, the ^='%lve«!»,.\"VvTtT^nKTS 
twice or double covered to prevent the cover- SL bANN A ^>"^*'^r; J; ;';^^^ 

Ing from wearing off the rods when dragging J IK^T'fit 

down stairs, stone stops, Ac, Ac. which they i T. E. TnoMPSos, Att'y for Mortgagee, St. 
are constantly subject to when in use. Paul, Minn. 

All are made ot the neK-und elegant Corded 1 Dated Sept 23, 1865. 

Tapes, and arc the best quality in every part, | :s=z:rz^—. ^ 

giving to the wearer the most graceful and I o T A T E OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF 
perfect Shape possible, and are unquestioably J^ Wa.>»h.ngton, ss. — In Probate Court. — In 
the lightest, most desirable, comfortable and ) j^p matter of the estate of ULRICH SIEGEN- 



hereby given that, 
by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage 
contained, and in imrsuancc of the statute in 
such ca.se made and provided, the premises 
described in and covered by said mortgage, to 

" "The undivided one-half part of the south- 
east quarter of the soutli-east quarter of section 
tl.irtv [30] in townsMp No twenty-nine [29] 
north of range No. twenty (20) we.t of the 4th 
p.iucipal meridian, being in the county of 
"ashington aforesaid" — 
Will be sold at public auction by the bher- 
ifl of said county at his office in the city of 
Stillwater, Minn., on the 

8X11 DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1865, 

.It 12 o'clotk noon of said day, to the highest 

said niort- 



economical Skirt ever made 

West's Bradley & Carv, Proprietors of the 
Invention, and Sole Manufacturers, 97, Cham- 
bers, and 79 & 81 Keade Streets New York. 

For Sale in all first-class Stores in this City, 
and throughout the Uiiite^*»tcs and Cana- 
da. Havana de Cuba, Mexico.'South America, 
. and the West Indies. 

Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or double) 
Spring Skirt. 



Swain's 



the 
dav of November A. D. 18«, at 13 o;cI»m:K j proportion of the purch. se ">«"«>• /^f'-^t^ 
noL ^ *ud dav. down i. mentioned in the proper c/*'"™"- J" 

?l.e premises described in said mortgaje are ,,,h ,^^ the bolance of 'he purchwe moDey 
a.s fo'low^ vk : . , ' can be paid any ttmo the ^*['^^ ';"^""; *^ , 

The ne* of section number nine (9) , ti^e. ^tW» twen»y years, at the opiwa of »h« ^ ^ 

,n township (30) thirty north of range (21) purehm*er; F*'!**** '"'*' ••^'■•^'*"^*^* through without re-shipinent, at regular 
iwei'tv-ono west in tlie distnci of Unds sub- . [he ra**" of seven pCT cent p*J annum, on tne ,^^^^1,,^ ji^eet connections with Express trains 
jett to .aalc at Stillwater, late Territory now \ ^^p^id balance is p*id to the hrst day of June, 
State ol" Minnesora, containing 160 acres ac-, ^^^^if,^ a»d annually th«»e iftfr. 

PuBctias* money p«j^l le 



Mr. O. KNIPS would beg leave to inform all 
lovers of GOOD, PURE BEER, that he has' 
enlarged and thoroughly repaired his Brewery, 
and has resumed the manufacture of Beer, with 



Freight and passengers will be earned | j.,egtiy increased facilities for carrying on tne 



coi^iins te-U. S. GovcrnTn.nt Survey. 

• .TORN MeKUSICK, Asdgi 



L. S. Tiinvpso5, 'Attv. fnr Assignee. 
Stillwater, Sept. I'Jlh, 186«, 



Ul legal lender 



'gnce. ^ note.^^ pureha..ong la, 0. .pon which other 
, parties have made impro fp^t"'*' *'" * "' 



re- 



B 



L A N K S ! 
Of all kinds for.sale at thisOflke- 



p., the owiiei of the sanie the 
prai-H-d vaUeof iwpro*' -oents, one M*'/t<'/ • 



at La Crosse and all points east. 
■ ThetraveJing public will find thin the short- 
est and most pleasant route to Milwaukee and 

Chicago. i I ■ M ii' %# 1 d 

Shippew will <hip vik La Crosse K' Mil. K. 
R.. and have theirgoeds BMtrke<i "Gate ot i 



I am prepared to fuinish to the people "o 
Stillwater and vicinity tlie trery 

Hfst Article of JBeer^ 

in large or small quantities. 



WTThe compoaitlon of Dr. Swain's Bittern having 
beenmade public thro' Kh the columns of Medical Jour- 
nals, and havlnn lieen adopted as a standard remedy by 
the Meiliral ProfeiKloii. are by the decision of the Com- 
Lrs Moner of Internal Avenue: EXEMPT FROM STAMP 

^^"^^^ DR. c. H. SWAIN. Proprietor. 

f 875Droadway, Ne» York, 
Officrs— ^ IU4 g.uth Water Street. Chicago. 

C. A. COQIt* General Agent for the west 

Chicago. 
' . Sold St Wholesale in Chicago by Fuller, 
Finch h Fuller ; Buruham & \ aa Schaack ; 
Chas. G. Smith ; Lord & Smith ; J. H Reed A 
Co. : Smith k Dwyer, and all Druggists and 
Grocers every* here. n25-ly. 



I quired to 9f 



paid .It the time 



of sale, t nd the balance »i.i|- 



*^'\ Sti-amT Viola. La Cro8.<«e 
' June 12, ISfiV— ntl 2'H 



G. KNIPS. 



PETROLEUM Oil., Enlra 
quality 



Fcr 



November, 18C1.— nlOtf. 



retail, by 



sale, wholesale and 
J. A. BATES. 



niUiT imillEMIIE MVffl 

TRgASCttt DKPAaTMKKT, "I 

Oificc of the Comptroller of the Ourrfncy V 
Washington Arg:ust0th 1S65.) 

WHEREAS by satisfactory evidence presentetl lo the 
ondeftiijrned. it has lieen made to appear th.it the Flrnt 
National Bank of Stillwater in the City of SUIltrater in 
the County of Washlneton and State of Minnesota has 
been duly organired under and acoorrtinfr to the requlr- 
ments of the Act of Conijrei>ii entitled " An Act Ut pro- 
vide for a NiUior-.al Currency secured by a pledpe of 
United State" bonds, and to provide fjjr tlie circulation 
and iwleraption then-of approved Jnne 3rd 1864. and 
has oompliedwith all the proviaiouji tif "aid Act required 
t<i be com. I led with before coiiimeDoing the husinex* of 
Banking under aald Act. 

NOW THEKFORK \- Freeman Clarke OimptrollefOJ 
the Cnrreiicv, do h^rnhv oertity th t "The First Na- 
tionalBank of Stillwater i" the City of StlHwalrr In the 
County of Washington and State of .Minnesota is auth- 
orised lo commenco the bUPiDeas of Banki^s under the 
act aforesaiil. 

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF witness my hand and 
Seal of ortice thin 9tli day of Augn-^t IStVi. 
° FREEMAN TLARKE. 

Comptroller of .heCurrctirjr. 



THALER, Jr., lat* of said county, deoewed. 

Upon reading the pelitioa of Ulrioh ^egeiv 
thaler Sr. of said county, representing that U^ 
rich Seigenihaler Jr., late of said coimtjr 
died intestate, leaving gooils, chattels and en* 
tale in said county, and praying that lettera 
of ailniinislration upon tho estate of said i^ 
ceased may issue to said petitioner; 

It is ordered thftt said oppHcaiion be heanj 
and determined before mc at my office in th» 
city of Stillwater in said county, on the 11th 
day of October next at 10 o'clock A. M 
that dav. . , 

And it is further ordered, that notice of said 
application and hearing be given to all persona 
interested in said esUtte. by publishing a copy 
of this order fot three successive weeks prior to 
said day of hearing, in the Stiilwatc-r Alc^enger^ 
a weekly newspapci published in the said coun- 
tv ol Washington. „„„ 
HULLIS R. MURDOCK, 

Judge of Probate. 
Dated. Stillwater, Sept. 18, 186{k. 



of 



SINGER'S FAIHY mm MACfilNl 



The underalgned has received the aReoov • 
the above Machine ior this city and vinity. 

I will sell theui at St. Paul prices, thcrcbjr 
saving to the purchaser, freijiht and traveling 

expenses. „.,,r 

JOS. K. SCHLENK. 

Stillwater, May 1.5, 186.-i.— n58 



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tdllor and Pruprielor. 



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BE JUST ^ISTD FEA.Il ISTOT. 



55 



j TERMS— $2,00 A YEAK, 
\ Invariably In Advance. 



VOLIMIE 10. 



STILLWATER, MI^MIESOTA, OCTOBER 17, 1865. 



j^UJUBER 6. 




WT.vnLiaUKU BY TllK PKKSKST 



A. J. VAN VORHtS, tDlTOK AND PUBLISHER 

ftrm-..Ttt» Wlars a \w, lav»riil»lj m Ad\ancr 

» 

OHUe, in Bernheimere Block. 
^-•-» 

RATES OF ADVERTISING. 

r-.l >,.,„ (10»> .r,.r.;. ..r hs,) co,uUt,Ue a »(,«.,nr. i 
Ona SMoare, for "ne injeriion, - - - .i w 
eacK »dJlUonal " 



am. iiiirs fiiui iim iimi 



PROPKIETOR 



Ctaargc uf the Lliflit Brigade. 



BT ALfRKI) TK.NNTION. 



On«-fourth column,* months, - 

.. . * 6 " • • • 

>• •» 1 year, 

One-ttaU column, 8 months, • 

.. II 6 " • * 

<> " t year. 

One column, 3 month*, 
.."«•' • - • ■ 

•• •» 1 year, - • * 



SO 

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20 00 
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20 00 
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50 '10 

IT 00 

4 00 
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^.^rti.emen.,n«t ^'^^ ^J^Z,!;^. ^^Ct 



OttmbHr of lusertlii!!* 

a written or verbal notice 



ihey Jhall b« orJereJ "ut. 




MANCyACTURED BY THE 
Baby Tendr MaDufurtiiring lompiiny, 

939 BROADWAY, X. Y. 



ant payment exact><i a 
Twelve cents per s.|-.are 

altrrali'in ..r.lere<l. 
aaverlnemeiit.i Invariably 



ccorilin-^iy. , 

will be chari:ea for eact 



change' iir 

■Ji»V>laye.l 
rale*. 



charged extrn 



i;|»ii:%C:SS CARDS 



D. C. HANKS, 

Albany, Il>- 

.4 .\ K 



II 



it.A.rT 



A. T. JKNKS. 
Stillwater, Mln. 

& J E ^ li S . 

F I LOTS. 



and L iinbei 
river between 



Will contract to deliver I-op: 
at anv point on tho Mi.-^i-':»ippi 
St. Paul or Stillwater and Meniphi.*. Tenn. 

Will also buv and sell Lo;^s ou commission 

a48 Stillwater, Min. 



Wm. M. McCLUER 



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nOUNEY AND 
4 LAW. Office in 
esttiUt street 



J 

COUNSKI.I.OR AT 
Murdock Bio's Block. 
Stillwater. MinnesoW. 



IHE B^BY TE^DER i* the most complete and 
iijclul Nurs. r> luvei'lion of the age. From a 
cliarniin;.^ Spiiu-; CradU it is easily and A- 
intM, instaiit'v converted into cither of th» 
tuUuwiu^ articles, vist: 

ARECL/yiyO COUCH, for chil 
dren Un) young to si» al"iie. 

A SPRLVG CHAIR. 

A BABY WALKER, attractive 

useful. 

parlor and 

children 

sec^urity, 

(or when ele- 



[We raprint this poem becauM it will bear T«-readiwg.] 

Hnlf a k'Bgue, half a league, 

Haifa league onward. 
Into the valley of Death 

Rode the six bunaiud. 

Into the valley of D^'alh 

Kode tlie six hundred, 
For up citnie an order wLich 

SolUi- one had liliiniUred. 
" Forward the Light Briga le ! " 

Take tl'c puns," X'llaii suid ; 
Into the valley of Death 

Kode tlie six hundred. 

" Forward the LiRht Brigade ! " 
No man was there dismnved, 
Not though the soldier knew 

Some one had blundered ; 
Ti.eirs not t( make reply, 
Theirs not to reason wh»-. 
Theirs but to do and die. 
Into the valley ot Death 

Kodu the six hundred. 

Cannnn to right of them, 
Cannon to left of them, 
Cannon in front of theni 

Volleyed and thundered ; 
Stormed at with shot and shell, 
BoUll.v the . rode and well, 
Into the JHWii of Death, 
Into the mouth of Hell 

Kode the six hundred. 



P.r 



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HOLLIS R. MURDOCK, 

VTTd :^ KY AND COUNSELLOR .\T LAW 
_ audi; neral .Agi-nt. Siillwater, Minne.-ota. 
Stillwaier April :?o. ItJol. n3:J. 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW 

A. B. STICKNEY, Clunn. Ajtnt. 

Office in nertiheinter's Bloek, 

Over Schlenk's Clothing Store. 
Stillwater. Min. 

Will pay particuLir attention to prosecuting 
Soldiers' Claims in the Depart- 
ment at Washington. 
L. R CORNMAN A. ri. STHKNEY 



^iiiil 

An OTTOMAN, for the 
ilininji room 
• A HOBFY HORSE, 

liiulfP live v-'ars. 

A BABY JUMPER, 
t'.xercise ami amiis»'meiit. 

A BABY HORSE, 
valed) A 

HIGH C//.-1 7/2, frr the table. 

A NURSEllY CHAIR. 

The motion of the Baby Tender. whicl< is 
VKRTic.tL aiul soisLK.ss, "'s derived from a Spir 
al Spiin;; in t le tlttiiman ; and, unlike that of 
the common iiockiiig or Swinging Cradle, it 
is in the high st degree healthv, delightlal and 
soothing. It KsLinVKSTHK MoTHBttfiom the 
hardest part of baby lending. 

PKICI !« FROn liid.** lo 950. 

OFI tlU.VS OF THE fRtJsJs. 



Flashed all their subres bare, 
Flashed all at once in air, 
Sab'ring the gunuers there, 
Charging an aimy, while 

All the woiid wondurei ; 
Plunged ill the battery smoke. 
With m.my adespciate stroke. 
The Russian line they broke ; 
Then they rode back, but not, 

Not the six hmidred. 

Cannon t(j right of them. 
Cannon to left of them. 
Cannon behind them 

Volleyed and thundered ; — 
r formed at with shot and shell. 
While horse and hero fell, 
Those that had Jought so well 
Came from the jaws ol Death, 
Back from the moiiih of lltll, 
All that was left of them, 

Lett of six hundred. 

When can their glory fade ? 
O, the wild charge they made ! 

All the world wondered. 
Iloi'Or the charge they made ! 
Honor the Light Brigade, 

Noble six hundred. 



edge of the best use to be made of 
its advautajje.s. It is a high conipli- 
uient to his worth as a man and a 
sohlier that he should have been cho- 
sen by (Jeneral Sherman to command 
the rijiht wing of the army- General 
Sherman may not be a religious man, 
in the sense "that Howard is, but ht 
valued and respected Howard all tlu 
more for his Christian faith and prac- 
tice. In the direction of a march, in 
the accomplishment of an arduous oi 
dangerous duty, when speed and cer 
tainty were required, he knew that 
Howard would not fail him. In tin 
record of four campaigns there standi 
no instance of his dereliction from 
duty ; while many a march and bat 
tle-tield bear witness to his energy, 
perseverance, soldierly skill and man- 
ly courage. 

Howard lost his right arm at Fair 
Oaks, during the bloody peninsula 

impaign. There is a wondrous pa 
thos in an empty sleeve ; but regret 
for Howard's affliction ceases when 
one looks into that kindly face, with 

1 8 loving eyes and generous mouth — 
a face full of patience, gentleness and 
manly resolve. It is a beautiful trib- 
ute to General Howard and his pro- 
lessed Christian belief, that his influ 
ence npon those about him is positive. 
There is but little use of liquor, and a 
most gratifying absence of profanity, 
about his headquarters. I shall never 
forget his gentle rebuke to a soldier, 
who, in the very presence of death, 
was swearing in a deciiled manner — 
" Don't swear so, my man. You may 
be killed at any moment. Surely you 
do not wish to go into the next world 
with dreadful oaths upon your lips." — 
American Presbyterian. 



over twenty dollars and forty-eight 
cents." 

Here the globules of perspiration, 
large as marrow-fat peas, stood out 
in bold relief on his face, but at 
length he doled o^it the sum. 

" Here's your thirteenth box — fork 
over your forty dollars and ninety-six 
cents." 

At this crisis he looked i>erfectly 
wild. 

The sweat was pouring oflf him in 
streams, and the tobacco juice wa 
running out of his mouth. 

" F-o-r-t-y-n-i-n-e-t-j'-s-i-x. If I da, 
but I will be hanged if I will." 

Tbe Story of- a WomanN Career. 



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Pure Malt Vinegar. 



We are now manufacturing PURE M.\LT 
VINEGAR, which we sell at Eastern prices, 
less freight. This vinegar is recommended 

for pickling. 

DREWRY k GREIO. 
St. Paul, Minn. Aug. 24. 1864.— 5l-3in. 

UNITED SIATES HOTEL. 

OPrOStTE THE 

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AEACII STREET, BOSTON. MASS. 



From //<! /wr'* It'efA/j/.— Brow.n's Baby 
Tk-nokr. — Til s article of nursery fnri.itmeii 
niKFKRc.NT KR'iM, St PKKIOR TO, and Supplies the 
place of ever thing heretofore used for that 
|)Urpose. It IS ten limes more usefui than a 
sewing or wa hing m.ichiuc, whcic there is a 
baby. 

Friiin The i^hriatiin Advocule.—Biovn'i Pat- 
ent Baby Tci d« r is compact, strong and dura- 
Me; and to i hose ha\ing the care of infants or 
small childie I. it is indispei.salde. 

From Ifie Veekl;/ Tri/tune. — Brown's Patent | Ucliuiotl has 

Babv Tender "gives infants and small children 

the greatest I los.siMe variety of pleasing and 

hea'tiiy exer. i.se." It i> iiidispensalije to tho.ne 

having car< (f infants or small children. 

From Lifv lUmlrated. — No well appointed 

familv or nuisery can afford to be without 

Brown's Pati nt Baby Tender. 

From the '[oinc Jnunntl, by N. P. Willis. — 

IT n.\S COHE AT L.VSr ! a contriv.uie by 

which the be tt of mtniinas is outdone — tl'c 

most untirin? ol nurses thrown quite into the | 

>haiie. 

From the P/traifJcfpo^ Journal — Nau.sea 

and vomitin : are eommonly sujiposed to be 1 

inseperalile rom the iulantile state ; all this 
t is (ihviat*.>l 1 y tlic use of Brown's Patent B.iby 

Tender. [ 

From I^ylf's ^f"(l<lzine of fu.thion — The 
latest womb r out on Bioadv\ay, and one that 
is betoming talk of the town, is Dr. Brown's | 
Patent Babv Tender, an " omnifunctional in-; 
stitution,"a. N. P. Willis phrases it. | 

From til.' A'lfocate amt Gmirdian — Dr. 
Biown's Pat nt Baliy Tender is the pro<luct of 
niaiiv ye;ii8 e ii|>loyed in the consideration of 
ihir-inost ini,"ortant subject by an experienced 
practical plnsician, and "should be in every 
house wher( there is a baby. | 

Thk BtBY Tender — The best of all inven- 
tions for le^selling the labor and anxiety of 
1110 ller^, an I promoting the health and happi- 
ness of her (tTspring. We do not speak from 
hearsay when we aver that of all labor-saving, 
halth pres«rving, sleeppersw,.Jing. quiet-res- 
toring conti ivances for the use of mothers afid 
children. Brown's Baby Tender stands unrival 
ed. For nil TO than two years we have wit- 
nessed in our own lamllv its practical advan- 
tages, and ve feel that we are doing many of 
our readers « favor by calling their attention 
to it. The Bahy Tender o^vjhl to be in every 
houdc whcrt. there is i baby.— A" Y. Independ- 
ent. 



Portrait of a Cliristluii Soldier. 



The life of a sohlier, w hilo actively 
engaged in the ticld, is one of priva- 
tion and i)eri!s. In a very einphatit- 
sense he knows not what a «lay may 
bring forth. Mutilation or death at 
any time may be his fate ; and yet, 
proverbially, sohlicrs are rccivless of 
dan<rer and careless of the future. — 
not its most congenial 
place in the camp, although in no oth- 
er would its consolations and hopts 
be more appropriate. Still, there are 
exceptions which beautifully illustrate 
the power of the Gospel amidvt the 
din of war. Both abroad and at 
home, officers and privates have main- 
tained a consistent Christian charac- 
ter, and held fast to their integrity in 



Last summer, w bile engaged in the 
tobacco and sugar business, I used to 
have for a customer in cheap cigars 
one of those knowing fellows whose 
knowledge serves better to bore his 
victim than advancing science. You 
couldn't make hint believe that — oh 
no ! Tell him tliere were regalia ci- 
gars that cost |!40 per thousand ! — it 
might do to stuft" down the throats of 
those who knew no better, he was 
none of them. And so it was with 
everything ; he knew best. It always 
appeared to be his delight to draw me 
into some controversy, no matter 
what the subject, in order to hear 
himself hold forth. I tried every 
way I could think of to circumvent 
him, but at last I <lid succeed in lay- 
ing him out as tlat as a flounder. 

It was on a Saturday afternoon, he 
came in, made his purchase, and seat- 
ed himself to deid me out his portion, 
but 1 was awake for him. 

" Captain," sjiid I, " I have made 

ujt my mind to go to California, and 

if you wish to go into a speculation, 

now is your time.'' 

'* Ah, how ?" said he. 

" Why, you see them fifteen bo.xes 

despite of the temptations surround- 1 of <;iga'f-' .'^^'v"' there are two hun- 

ing them. Diuin- the past war many, dred and htty m each bo.x and I wdl 

a.swehave reason to believe, have ^1^'t you have the whole htteen at a 

lived and died in disproof of the low aate,^ providing you wiU take 

charge that a soldier cannot be an ex- ; tht'in all. ,.<,..„ 

empbrv Christian. The m.ijority | ^ " Very well,'; said my friend, let s 

mavnJither fear God nor observe his I t\j;ar the conditions. ,, « , 

law, and yet there is a remnant who I " ^ ou give me one cent for the first 

li.rion, but prove box, two lor the second, tour for the 
faith amid third, and so double 
box." 

" Done !" said he ; 
clears. S'pose you 



An English paper says : 
An incident is ju.st now being dis 
cussed in military circles so extraordi- 
nary that were not its truth vouched 
for by official authority, the narration 
would certainly be deemed absolutely 
incredible. 

Our officers quartered at the Cape 
lifteen and twenty years ago may re- 
member a certain Doctor Barry, at 
tached to the medical statt' there, and 
enjoying a rei)Utation for considerable 
skill in his profession, especially for 
firmness, decision, and rapidity in dif- 
ficult operations. This gentleman had 
entered the army in 1813, had passed, 
of course, through the grades of assist- 
and surgeon, and surgeon, in various 
parts of the globe. His professional 
acquirements had procured for him 
his promotion to the staff at the Cape. 
He was 'dever and agreeable, save for 
the drawback of a most quarrelsome 
temper and an inordinate addiction to 
argument, which perpetually brought 
the former peculiarity into play. He 
was excessively jdain, of feeble pro- 
portions, and labored under the im- 
perfection of a ludicrously squeaking 
voice. Any natural ' chaffing' with 
regard to these, however, esi>ecially 
roused his ire, but was at length dis- 
continued on his ' calling out' a perse- 
vering ottender and shooting him 
through the lungs. 

About 1840 he became promoted to 
be medical inspector, and was trans- 
ferred to Malta. There he was equal- 
ly distinguished by his skill and by his 
pugnacious propensities, the latter be- 
coming so inci>nveniently developed 
u])on the slightest difference of opin- 
ion witli him, that at last no notice 
was allowed to be taken of his fits ol 
temper. He proceeded from Malta to 
Corfu, where he was quartered for 
many years, still conspicuous for the 
same peculiarities. When our Gov- 
ernment ceded the Ionian Island to 
Greece, and our troops, of course, 
quitted the territory. Dr. Barry was 
elected to leave the army and take up 
his residence for the rest of his days at 
Corfu. 

He there died about a month ago, and 
upon his death was discoevred to be a 



She will grapple for the broken ends, 
and no doubt is felt that they will be 
found. A splice will then bo made, 
md the rest of the cable necessary to 
complete the line to Newfoundland 
will be laid. 

There is every reason fo ■ believing 
that by the autumn of next year, two 
cables will be in full work across the 
Atlantic. The facts whereon this be- 
lief is based have been advanced in a 
statement drawn up by gentlemen 
.vho have taken an active part in the 
recent and previous attempts to lay a 
cable. This statement establishes 
twelve points, which plainly demon- 
strate that the objects which have 
hithei t > prevented h ■ accompl s'lmei t 
of the scheme are only of a tempora- 
ry nature, and the knowledge bought 
by experience in the past, will infi- 
nitely reduce the risk in the future 
operations. The main facts deduci- 
ble are — that the insidation and con- 
ducting power of the cable is improv- 
ed by immersion in deep cold water ; 
that the superior steadiness of the 
Great Eastern will enable the cable 
to be laid irrespective of weather ; 
that faults can be immediately detect- 

,.d and made good ; and that, even if 

the cable does part, it is possible with j bravely 
[iroper tackle to recover it uninjured 
from the depths of the Atlantic 
ocean. 



HoMT to be Hopeful. 



woman ! Very proliably this discove- 



ry was elicited during the natural 



There are some persons who seem 
to tieasure up things that are disa- 
greeable, on purpose. I can under- 
stand how a boy that never had been 
taught better might carry torpedoes 
in his pocket and delight to throw 
them down at the feet of passers by, 
and see them jump; but I cannot un- 
derstand how an instructed and well- 
meaning person could do such a thing. 
Yet there are men that carry torpe- 
does all their life, and take pleasure in 
tossing them at people. " Oh,'' they 
say, " I have something, and when I 
meet that man I will give it to him." 
And they wait for the right company, 
and the right circumstances, and then 
out with the most disagreeable things. 
And if they are remonstrated with, 
they say, " It is true," as if that was a 
justification of their conduct. 

If God should take all the things 
that are true of you, and make a 
scourge of them, and whij) you with it, 
you would be the most miserable of j 
men. But he does not use all the truth 
on you. And is there no law of kind- 1 
uess? Is there no desire to jilease 
and profit them ? Have you a right 
to take any little story that you can 
pick up about a man, and use it in 
such a manner as to injure him or 
give him pain ? And yet, how many 
men there are who seem to enjoy no- 
thing so much as infiicting exquisite 
suffering upon a man in this way, when 
he cannot help himself. Well, you 
know just how the Devil feels. Wheii- 
eVer he has done any thing wicked, 
and has made somebody very unhap- 
py, and laughs, he feels just as (for 
the time being) you feel when you 



Democratic Propbeeies. 

A party that can ihow only broken 
promises and false prophecies in the 
past must have a cheek of brass to 
iisk the people to intrust the affairs of 
the Government in its hands. The 
Democratic party stands exactly ia 
this position. >^hat have been the 
prophecies ? 

1. That the South could never be 
conquered. 

■ The South is conquered. 

2. That the Emancipation Pro- 
clamation would prolong the war, 
and make the triumph of the South 
certain. 

Without it the war would not now 
be ended, and Southern men acknowl- 
eilge that it was the severest blow 
their cause received. 

3. That the ai-ming of negroes would 
be fatal to our success. 

The addition of 200,000 negroes to 
the military power of the Government 
turned the scale in our favor, and al- 
lowed 200,000 white men to suy at 
home. 

4. That the negroes woidd not 
fight. 

On every battle-field they disjdayed 
good soldierly qualities, and fought 
for a country that al- 
ways oppressed them. 

.5. That our currency would be 
entirely worthless before the war was 
over. 

It will now buy anything that any 
Democrat owns, and is sought after 
with eagerness by that class. 

6. That the re-election of Abraham 
Lincoln would prolong the war four 
years. 

It closed it in six months. 

7. That the high-toned Southern 
Chivjilry would never submit to Fede- 
ral rule. 

They are crawling like whipped 
dogs at the feet of the Federal .author- 
ities, begging lor pardon. 

And so forth. The only prophecy 
they ever made that was fulfilled was 
that Abraham Lincoln would not live 
out his second four years — some of 
them kne\v whereof they spoke in that 
m.itter. 



As Deacon A on an extremely 

cold morning in old times, was riding 

by the house of his neighbor B 

the latter was chopping wood. Tlie 
usual salutations were exchanged, the 
severity of the weather briefly discuss- 
ed, and the horseman made demon- 
strations of passing on, when his 
neighbor detained him with — 

'Don't be in a hurry, Deacon. 
Would you not like a glass of old Ja- 
maica, this morning?' 

' Thank you, kindly,' said the oid 
gentleman,' at the same time begin- 
ning to dismount, with all the delibe- 
ration becoming a deacon, ' I don't 
i care if I do.' 

1 ' Ah, don't trouble yourself to get 
' off, Deacon,' s.aid the neighbor, ' I 
merelv asked for information. We 
, haven't a drop in the house.' 



remnant 
not only profess rel 
the genuineness of their 
all the unfriendly circumstances of 
military life. We are pleased in be- 
ing able to present an example of this 



in one of the superior officers of our mone 
armv, whose ability and gallantry as 
a soldier have never been questioned. 
We refer to Major-General How.ard. 



up on every 

" fetch ot^ your 
think I haven't 
jney enough — eh ?" 
" N ot at all, so let's proceed ; here's 
the first box." 

He drew from his pocket a leathern 
and out of it a handful of 



said he, de- 



In the admirable sketches by Major P«rse, 

Nichols, of the "Great March" of ^^om- 

General Sherman, the author furnish- ".A"^^ ^'*''"*' * ^'\^ ^^V^' ^ 

es the following interesting portrait of positing a green discolored copper on 

General Howard, which we doubt not the counter. ^^ 

our readers will be pleased to see : " H^'re s your second box. ^^ 

" The comparison of European and " And here s your two cents 
American sohliers suggests another. 



seems to be an idea prevalent that ei 
ther verbally, during his last illness, 
or by some writing, perused immedi- 
ately after his (for we must still use 
the ' masculine,') death, he had beg- 
ged to be buried without a post mor- 
tem examination of any sort. 

This most likely only aroused the 
curiosity of the two nurses who at- 
tended him, for it was to them, it ap- 
pears, that the disclosure of this mys- 
tery is owing. Under the circiim- 
stances, the fact was deemed so im- 
portant that medical testimony was 
called in to report upon and rec(jrd its 



.... . ^ „ -_ - ^ 

is hurt, and it does you good. 

The WitiiderM of a Watcb. 



Bi.AXciHNti Cki.ery. — Seeing late- 

'j --— D - . I, , - -1 ^u- 1 I A Iv some remarks on the dift'cfent modes 

preparation for interment, but there have done a cruel thmg and somebody j ^ ^ , .j^;,^ ^^,^ j .,„^ ,.,.,ni„.ied of 

a plan I saw in Oxfordshire m August 

last. It was simjily placing a drain 

]»ij)e upright and allowing the plant 

Very few who carrv a watch ever l(» grow up through it. My friend in 

think of the delicate complexity of its whose garden I saw it, assnred me 

' mechanism, or of the extraordinary that he not only ha<l his celery blanch- 

and unceasing labor it performs, and ed much better, but it was ready lor 

how astonishingly well it bears up the table much earlier. That the lat- 

and does its duty under what would ; ter is the case 1 can affirm from my 

be considered very shabby treatment I own observation, for the plants I saw 

of almost any other piece of machine- growing in the pipes had already 

ry. There are many who think a grown above the pipes, wlule those 

watch ought to run for years w ithout treated in the ordinary way were not 

a drop of "oil, who would not think of halt as high.— Cottage Gardener. 

machine a day j — 

A schoolmaster tells the following 
good one : " I was teaching in a 



By F. M. PRATT, 

roRMKRLT or TRC AHUICAil B'>CSI 



FIRST NATIONAL B.Al 

CAPITAL. - • :$.30,000.00. 

CHARLES SCHEFFER President. 

L. UOSPES, • - Vice-President 
0. R. ELLIS - - - Cashier. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS : 

Louis Hospes. J. E. Thompson, Charles Schef 

fcr. Horace Thompson, O. R. Ellis 

ti:braun7 

DEALER IN 

Cigars, Pipes and Tobacco. 

Main street, Stillwater, Min. 
II K~0 O K S , 



>cw Jewi'Iry Slore. 




General Howard, who has command 
of our right wing during this cani- 
paigrt, bas often been calleti the Ilav- 
tiock. oi' ll;j «r»ny ; and the paraUel^ 
is not unnatural, for both the ueFO ol 
the Indian campaign and our own 
distinguished general will rank in 
history as perfect types of the Chris- 
tian soldier. General Howard is a 
man whose religious convictions are 
intense, positive — entering into and 
coloring every event of his life. When 
exposed to tire, there is no braver 
man living than he. He does not go 
into action in the Cromwellian spirit, 
Muging psalms and uttering prayers, 
'but" with a cool determination, which 
is insjiired by a lofty sense of a sac- 
be performed. His 



Very well, and here's your third 

box." 

" And here's your four cents," said 

he, chuckling. 

" Here's your fourth box." 
"Exactly, and here's your eight 

cents! ifa! ha! hal old fellow, go 



V.W.VVA ... ,... • \i'".- -^ "1 '. ,1 runninir a common machine a aay 

truth By this investigation not only | ^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^ ^.j^-^^^ jj, 

was the assertion Pl^;';^^ beyond a , j.^^^^^.^^=' ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^.^^ ^y^ 

doubt, but it wsvs equally bejona a 
doubt brought to light that the indi- 
vidual in question had at some time 
been a mother ! Shis is all that is as 



on. 



said I, 



The and) r«igned begs 
1 people of btiilwater and 

^ reiiKii 



Here's your fifth box," 
handing down another box. 
i " And here's your sixteen cents." 
I " Here's your sixth box." 
I "And— ha! ha! ha !— here's your 
thirty-two cents." 
j " Here's your seventh box." 
I " And here — ha ! by Jove the ^oke 
is getting too rich — here's your sixty- 
four cents, and nearly half your ci- 
gars are gone." 

" Here's your eighth box," said I, 
ool indifference that per- 



were forcibly struck with this thought quiet country village. The second 
the other day on hearing a per.son re- , morning of my session I had leisure 
mark that, by way of gratifying his to survey my surroundings, and 
curiosty, he had made a calculation of ^ among the scanty furniture, I espied 
the number of revolutions which the a three legged stool. ' Is this the 
w heels of an American w..toh m ike in dunce block ? I asked a Uttle girl of 



yet know ii of this extraordinary story 

The motives that occasioned and the 

time when commenced these singular! -—;——-^;-~^^ ^^.^ T,,^. ^jj^^k eyes sparkled, the 



deceptions are both shrouded in mys- . , ^, j -^^ ^^ suggestive as it is in- ' curls no.lde.l assent, and the lips rip- 
tery. But thus it stands an indubita- 1 ^^ .™" y^^ ^. J^„ j^ , .^e main pled out, ' I guess so ; the teacher 
ble tact th.at a wo.nan wa.s tor forty ^ 8 revolutions m twen- always sits on it' The stool was un- 

years an officer in the British service I'^^^^Xoxn., or 1460 in a year ; the , occupied that term." 

and fought o^M, and »'a^ so^gh 1 1} ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ tVenty-four j 

many more, had purs»_^d a l*-^'tnnat<. | j.^.^,^,,,^.,^^,, -^^ twenty-four hours, or ! A Telling Pes.—" Do you know 

the third wheel one who built this bridge ?" said a per- 



leave to inform the 



c, 



A. 



Physician anil Suri;eoa. 

PFFICE IN FOLSOM'S BLOCK. 

Taylors Falls, Minn. 



removed hK Jewelry Store 
c'ty o{S. if water, where 
permanent y. 

He is pt' pared to clean and 
and Watcl es, repair Jewelry, 
nnd more iLurable manner than 
be done th s dide of the St. Croix, or the East. 
Give me a call. 

Shop on Main street, next door the Scheffer 
& Tholup^ m's Bank. 

AU Work Warranted! 

Also an assortnjent of CI tcks. Watches and 
Jewelry c.nstantly on hand, which are war- 
ranted to le such as represented. 

B. ILLISGWORTH. 

Stillwatir, Oct. 4, 1864.— nltf. 



red duty to 

courage is a reidization of the strength assuming a c 

of a spiritual religion, rather than a fectly astonished the tellow 

physical qualification. The general 

IS constantly censured for rashly ex- 
fire of the ene- 
to say whether 

such censure is just or not, for every 
repair Clocks ' commander of a corps or army should 
ic, in better himself be the best judjxe of the ne 
the same can (.(.jjsities of the hour. 



medical profession, and received a 
re<»ular diploma, and had acquired al- 
most a celebrity for skill as a surgi- 
cal operator ! 

Tbe Atlantic Cable. 



1 vicinitv that he has posing himself to the 
ore from Hudson to the ^^^^. j^^^^ -^ j,^ ditticidt 
i he intends to locale ■' „..„^.._ • • ,„, „, 



the bridge of Lodi, was an exam- 
ple. History shows that more battles 
have been lost or gained at heavy 
cost, because commanders did not 
know the nature of the ground they 
were fighting over, than fur any other 
reason. Such a criticism can never 



" And here's your dollar and twen- 
ty-eight cents." 

" Here's your ninth box." 
" And here's your — let me see — ah ! 
two dollars and'fifty-six cents." 
" Here's your tenth box " 
Here he drew his wall 
Napoleon "at f"lly. and on the slate made a smaU 



8,760 in a year ; ^ ^ _ 

I hundred and ninety-two in twenty-four son to Hook. "No," replied tho 
hours, or 59,080 h/a year ; the fourth ! wit, " but if you go over, you'll be 
wheel, (which carries the second- tolled." 

hand) 2,440 in twenty-four hours, or ^ ^.^^ g^^^j^,,. ^^^^ ,,.uared his .iccounts 
525,600 in a year ; the fifth or scape ^.j^,^ ^,^^. Government, 
wheel, 12,960 in twenty-tour hours, or ,.,.,,,,• 

4,728,400 revdhitions in a year; while Gen. Grant was at Philatlelphi.-i on 
the beats or vibrations made in twen- the 5th inst, en route for Wa.shing- 
ty-four hours are 488,000, or 141,812,- ; ton. 

Ex-rebel Gen. Pillow is at Wash- 



The Atlantic Telegraph Company 
have again commenced working in 
earnest No time has been wasted 
in useless regrets over past failures, , 

but those failures have been utilized j ^^0 m a year. 

with a view to future success. Van- . , • i n ji i j„ »«^ 

ous precautions have been taken and ! -An Irishman called on a lady and 
hip?ovements resolved upon, where- , genUeman m whose employ he was, 
by .ill weak points are so guarded j tor the 
against as to render accidents well 



nigh impossible in tlie next attempt 
his w.allet thought- ^o submerge the cable. A new cable 

has been ordered, and its manufac- 



c.ilculation 
i " And here's 
twelve cents " 



your five dollars and 

" Here's your eleventh box." 
" And here's your — twice five is 
ten, twice twelve is twenty-four — ten 
dollars and twenty-four cents." 



ture has already commenced. As at 

Kr..,''Er,!:lha\l 'S™^ *:. W„, ^ ^ ladysh,,..- there. He.v- 



purpose of getting some tea 
and tobacco. 

' I had a drame last night yer hon- 
or,' said he to the gentleman. 

'What is it, Pat?' 

' Why, I dramed that yer honor 
made me a prisint of a pound of to- 



and when that operation incompleted 
be applied to General Howard. He! At this stage of the game he had , the Great Easteni wiU return to the 
^e^tfie whole fiel.l of operations, and, got quite docde, and ^ ^«°t'""«^- J «POtJ^hc''e the buoy was placed upon 
has in •idmirable tactical knowl- ' "Here's your twelfth box, hand 1 tte broken mble a few weeks ago— 



lentia in the last week in May next, j e» b ess her, gave me some tay lor the j^^^^^^^^, 
with the new cable on board. This good wite. _,„r-.o« ' i Tho hi 
cable will be laid "to Newfoundland, 'Ah, Pat, dreams go fey contraries, | The b 
-_j ™k„„ .k„« ^r.«^..t;r.n i« ^«mnlnt/.H Said tlic gcntlcman. cipturea 



ington, among ;the pardon ueek«r8. 

The 31ayor of Vicksburjr has al- 
lowed the freedmen to testify in Ids 
courts. 

The Bowery Theatre on Broadway, 
St Louis, was totally destroyed by 
fire on the morning of the 5th inst 

J. N. Spooner, of Boston, is tlie 
successful bidder for the Government 
Mills at Chattanooga, His bid wad 



blockade runner, Little Ada, 

jj ji,e trentleman. ' captured during the rebellion, has ar- 

" And faith they may that,' said Pat rived at Oswego, from Washington, 
' so her ladyship is to give rfie the to- via the St I^wrencc, ^d is to be 
baccv, and his honor the tay.' ' used hereafter in the (yiist survey. 




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ifa 



?! ILL WATER ME8t>ENr,ER 



HiTvt' what he gcte and got what he 
(lfsi'rvt'8. 



County Al lain. H'llir IrpMi Horace «rc»'l«y 

Tlu' 1)(>ftnl ut' Com ty Commission- ^jjg^,p,^,.g pj,puLATION, CL' MATE, ic. Th.- elimntc of Mimicsota is her 
A ; 7A» voRfiEs, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER lets t'oiHemil yesUnhiy :uul is still in oF MINNESOTA. ; thiil" huij-bear ; an<J, while I have a 



TiteHfiitff, 



Otiohtr IT, 1§6.V 



Dr. Goodwin ««ked if such a course 
a8 was beinjt taken would nut finally 
end the question. 

The Chair deeided tliat it eouldnot 
be brought up to-day, but eould here- 



«ession at tln%\ndiU)i's ..ffic^ Biisi-j A»*>»W C<>rrf*j<:H.hnr. otw: Y. Tnbunf. jittU" feljow-feelintr with the chap who 

♦• ^„.;i„^.ii ;«. .t ...«« ;- t.J ^liSNK.vP«)i.J.s I>ei.t. 30, lMti.->. — The i cont\sse.l to " a i>r»ju«lice a-'ainst the ! after, 
Mes.otoou^^lorable iiiioitance .«to|^.^^ii^^^^^ j^^^;^^ !^^^^^ -.^^ this new LM,uator,M own up to a slij?ht re- The aye« and n.ayH havinj: been eall- 
»lAI#rT beacto<lui.on,amon2 whicliistheati^ State have been so emplovd that I ' imuM.a.ue to fortv degrees bdow ze- I ed lor, were taken, the question being 
UNION STATE lIuKET* l-'"'^' setllenunt with the County Trcas- 1 ij^yy b^.,.„ t^t) little of it, and I must ro. An<l yet the climate with most on the m-.tiou to lay the motion to re- 

'lurevand with the • )verseer"of the | U-ave after seeing very little more. — ' Minnesotii'ms is their strong point. — | consider on tiie table, the effect of the 

County Po<«r Farm, u id also the h)ea- , But I have met' and e..iiv.rsr,l with N.^rly all I have met assure "le that 

• *j - ur u . ♦•-«.,«, „„ J intelligent residents of and travelers) thov never passsed winters po delight- 

.tionanrtt^tabhshmen-otanew road I JJte ^^ g^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^.^^^^^ and ! tullV in milder latituden as here ; sev- 

.iloug the route <d wl at was hereto- |^_^^.^_ irjuhered "facts that ougbt to suf- 1 era! spent a winter here as an experi- 
fore known as the " St. Paul an<l Can- ^^^.^, t;,^ the basis (»f tolerably accurate meiit l>efore migrating, and found the 
uon Falls State road,' with reference ' juid safe conclusions. And those con- dry atmosphere, bright skies and 
to which there has been much trouble elusions shall at least be candidly set! Kteady cold, so exhilarating that they 
..... . ... ,• . forth. ' could not thenceforth live elsewhere. 

and imgatu.n ever su.ee Its inception, ^^:^^^^^^^^ h.id some 4,000 white < SeveralTiave assured me that they 



^. That, it is now the intention of the Dcm- ; 
ocratic party, by working on the prijudices of I 
race, and with a vie ^r to their own re estab- 1 
lishnient in power, to preserve the causes of 
the rebellion by retaining the black men of the 
South in a Condition of peonage and serfdom, 
88 an ignorant and oppre.itied class, cut off froui 
all hopes ol future iuiprovcnient, a source of 
constant danger to the wliitc population of the 
South, and a reproach to the huunmtiy and 
civilization ot the entire Nation. 

Rexolttd, That the spirit of our institutions j 




J 




H. H. CRlDAll, 



DEAI.RK IN 



/'«.• Govfrnor, 
«;cn. \V1LLI.\M li. MARSHALL. 

For Lieutenant Guvernor. 

THOMAS AliMSTKoNG. 

For Secretarv of iStote, 

Lieut. Col. HENRY C. iiiKJERS. 

/or Slate Treo.*firer. 

€H.\ULES SCHEFFEU. 

/'or AU:rney General,, 

t:o1. WILLIAM CULVILLE. 



DUtrirt Tirk«'t. 

For Representatives, 

KUBEKT WATSON, 

J. B. H. MITCH ELI^ 

SMITH ELLISON. 



Conniy Ticket. 

For Sheriff. 

GEORCiE M. SEYMOFR. 
For Register of Deeds, 

J. H. SAWYER 

For County Attorney, 

Wm. M. MtCLUER. 

County Treofurer, 

Col. EI). A. FOLSOM. 

For Coroner, 

ARIEL ELDRIDGE. 

Clerk of Court, 

HARVEY WILSON. 

Court Commissioner, 

L. R. CORNMAN. 

For County Commissioners. 

IstDist.— ORANGE WALKER. 

4th Dist.— ARTHFR STEPHENS. 

TIUE or ELECTIO.\. 

All Voters should bear in mind that 
in Minnesota and Wisconsin the elec- 
tion takes place on Tl'ESDAY' THE 
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. 





ceses was as follows: Clerical, 20 l stitutions, to permit any portion of our popu- 
ayes, 6 nays; Lay, 15 ayes, 7 nays. | lation to remain a degraded anu subject caste, 



some eight ye.irs ago. The road now ' i,ih.,i,i,.j„t/ „.),*.„ ^1,^ ^as' organized [ feel the cold far less here than they 



being established by che Board eora-| .^g ^ Territory in March, lH4y 



In 



did in Central Ohio, New England, 
or even New Y'ork city. They say 



1, town 27, ra ige 'iJt>, ami ex.] down their air castles aoout tiie neaus, tuat tiiere are a lew oays eacn wwiier 

thence south- "asterly to the of her myriads of high-Hying specu-l at once cold and windy, and these are 

. . ^ .• . . 1 lators, who were one (lav dreamiuir of ! most airreeablv pas.sed between a roar- 

sinpi river term nating at or near: '"'"'' .,,. , ,, •' . ■' , . ^ ^ ■ • ', v. .» „»^.. . 

^^ II • n-i t their millions, and the next aii.xiouslv in<r tire-pace and a hot stove. 



mences at a point wl ere the old Ter- • 1850 she had 6,077 ; by the cen.sus of . . 

riU)rial road from Po.ntDouglai^to St. If'GO she had about 170,00(.-a rapid the winter .lays are almost uniformly 
., , . J- • ■ I- 1- J but not unprecedented growth, r or i still and snnny, and that a man corn- 

Paul intersects a diviMon l'n***lividing| ^^^_^^^^.^^^^^ j«.^_^ occurretl the so-ealknl j fort.-iblv clad ' does not find the cold 
section 36, town 27, ringe21,and sec-|»pjj„iyM ^j- ^g^-^ which brought ! unpleasant. They admit, however, 
tion 31, town 27, ra ige 20, and ex.] down their air castles about the heads, tliat there are a few days e.^ch winter 
tends 
Mississip 

the ferry opposite Hastings. The es- j jj^^^yj|.jjj^, j^^'^, ^,^^.y should secure j There arc hundreds here— perhaps 
tablishment of this road at this time ' tJieir daily bread. Everybody th:U i thousands — who came to save their 
will preclude the neceisity of anv fur-, pretended to be anybody 'was ''ruin- lives; and all insist that the climate 
ther legislation in the premises so far ed," to their own chastening and the i is an antidote to pulmonary atfections 
,,, % . ^. , ultimate "ood of the embrvo State. — and a cure tor consumption in the ear- 

as A\ a^shington count y 18 concerned, k^ ^^^^,,-; time the manutacture of | Iv sta-e of the dise.-i.se. Many are 
The tax for 1865 to • county P»»rp«^^- j eity lots from wild lands, just bought well here who believe they would 
es was fixed by the Board at the Sep- j at $1.25 per acre, and their sale to; have died years ago had they remain- 
tember session at the following rates : \ verdant simpletons at 150 to t5,0()0 ed on the sea-board. 




Rebuff of tbe L.ick»>pi;tlc!i. 



The news from Pensylvania sc.it- 
tered as much consternation among 
the lickspittle democracy yesterday 
as the news of the fall of Atlanta just 
after the Chicago Convention had de- 
clared the war a " failure " 



I taxed to support, and compelled to obey, a j 
I government in which they liave no voice, and ! 
whose whole machinery may be direcetd to 
their destruction. 

Rasoked, That in the cruel murder of the 
late Executive of the United States, Abraham 
Lincoln, we recognize the natural result of the 
pernicious principles of tha reb<,'llion, which 
failing to destroy the life of the nation, struck 



nye Stums 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 




lil 




1 



A LARGE 

And Complete ^toek 

LIJrSEED OML9 



Thev don't know what to make of gather from his martyrdom new devotion to 



inf a decrease from h st years' tax of, to the operators, and the construction or u|»oii its eastern border, tluring 

ti\^- -ind three-tenth n ills I for their oceupancv of palaces on the which it absorbs some ten considera- 

_• ^. . . , ^^ , ' creflit of their prospective trains. Up ble rivers, with innumerable smaller 

The rates tor this year were based ^'^;^: , _ ^^ « nv.i..:»..-.. i."?..! :.........,. ............. ....,i b( 



, I to this hour the Territory ha«l import- streams, and becomes sutticiently ca- 
upon a st.atement submitted to the ^^j ^^^^^ ^^• the breadstuli's re»]uiredby i pacious to be navijjable at all seasons 
Board bv Auditor Le imieke,of which its people ; now. a lartre proportion of for steamboats ot ample burden 
the following is an abstract : 
COUNTY BOUN FY FUND. 

SrPTKMBER 1 1865. 

Am't Volunteer orders out Handingf 10,538 06 



it. They are as much astonished as 
Manton Marble, the W^orld editor, on 
his recent patronizing visit to Wash- 
ington, when the door of the White 
House Av.'ts slammed in his face with 
a thunderintj "• not at home," from the 
" boorish tailor" inside. 

And so they have been knocking at 
the a<lministration doors in Vermont, 
Maine, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Lidiaiia, 
Iowa, saying, " Lord, Lord, open un- 
to us," and everywliere falLs upon 
their ears the terrible response, " De- 
part from me, ye that work inicpiity, 
for 1 know ye not." 

Both the ' administration and the 
(cople arc dreadfully '' not at home" 
to the lickspittles. 

The lickspittles are, in fact, cut, ta- 
booe<l, and summarily booted from 
Cncle Sam's premises. We fear there 
is a general disposition to be disgust- 
ed with the lickspittles. It is the 



down its ablest, most trusted and best l'«l«ved y^j^j^,gjjj,g BENZOLE, BRUSHES 
repreaentative ; and we pledge ourselves to| '■'"^ ^ ' ' 

White Iiead, 

WINDOW GLASS, PUITY, MANlJ 
FACTURERS' STOCK, SOAP-MA- 
KERS' & TANNERS' STOCK, 

I 



4'ch 



thein suddenly left in pursuit of for- The Falls of St. Anthony, at this same vulgar prejudice against toadies 



This page of our paper i.s not satis- ; Bal. in Co. Treasurj on 
- * ^ ,,. • V , ' 9.'ttlement excl. Treas. t es7,iH»8.23 

fa<tory to oursell— it may be less so collected In m Mch to S* pt. 
to our readers. A .scarcity of help | exclusive of Treaa. fees. ■ .3.50.3 .09^^ ^^^ ^^ 

ha. compelled us to lay overanumber^,^^i^ 3^;^^. i>ushels being returned by the census , river above this poi..t ; but the ex- 

Londsoaranding . .!^ 2.500 (K) I of 1860 as the yiehl of 1859-only treme low water ot the last two dry 

1 the second vear after that most whole- ; seasoiLS discouraged their owners, as 



tune or food, while the residue went point, present the first absolute bar- 
to work ; and thus, from iK-ing the|rier to navigation; but the current 
idlest or most uselessly employed sud- 1 hence to St. Paul, (16 miles by water, 
denly became the most industrious I 9 by land,) is rapid .and shallow ; so 
and' thrifty community on earth. — that most boats stop at that city, 
Very soon its surplus jn-oduct of wheat which has, in fact, a ditticult "bar" or 
was estimated bv the million of bush- i shallow some miles below it. There 
els ssome five and a half millions of! were three or four small boats on the 



of articles designed for this i.'*sue, to- 
gether with a number of advertise- 
ment. «. 



the great principles he so well maintained, and 
iu defense of which he perished. 

Re%dved, That we tender to the officers and 
soldiers who have so gallantl) sustainea the 
honor of out State and the nation in the late 
war, our heartfelt and profound thank.'*; their 
services and sufferings will ever be borne in ' 
remembrance by a grateful people' while tin- 
names of the gallant dead will be chjrished us j 
the proudest legacy which can be left to inspire ' 
and direct posterity. 

Renotved, That the existence of an Imperial 
government, sustained by foreign bayonets, 
upon the soil of our bister republic of Mexico 
is a violation of the established policy of our 
nation, and a constant threat against its insti- 
tutions and integrity, and we demand that our 
Government shall take such steps as will lead 
to the prompt withdrawal of the invaders- 

Jtfsolved, That the present financial condi- 
tion of the country demands that the strictest 
economy should be practiced in the adminis- 
tration of both the State and National govern- 
ments, and we ask that as soon as the re-es- 
tablished credit of tiie nation will permit- that 
tl e indebtedness of the United States shall be 
made to bear a less rate of interest than ai 



prescriptions careix'lly 
compounde:d. 

Terms Cash, Priffs low. 

Stillwater, Oct 3, I8f.5. 



Shame ! Shame I 

The Pioneer is constantly harping 
xipon the Suffrage question — endeav- 
oring to inflame the prejudices of the 
pe-nple :igainst universal suffrage. 
The aim of the remiuuit of what was 



Deduct uncollected delinqi ent tax. 



6.526 74 
3,060 04 



.some and necessarv " jianic" of 1857. I they managed somehow to get them 

, Since then, the bloo<ly Imlian rai<l below the Falls, and left the river 

,. . . • 1 e, i and massacre of lH62,'wherebv some alM)ve to rafts and flat boats, though 

Xtax™... .r:*:!... .... 2,466 70 ^C-seitu's, chiefly w;men and chib | they might now be glad to get back 

Umillson the dollar valuation dren were killed, and the whole Wes- again. ^ u x- . r 

will produce 2,575 17 4^^ fron,i -r devast.ited and driven I But rivers, unless of the first quali- 

COUNTYLNTERJ.ST FUND. | in, has done much to retard settle- i ty, are going out of lashion. Ihe 

Sent, 1. — Am't int. payabl ; up to 

Dec. 1866 1,238 00 



'Iment while the war, makin<r a con- ] Mississippi itself will soon be regard- 
•' stant'drain on the resources and the as an old fogy, t^^o slow for this fast 



A railroad to run down its val- 



the old Deitkocratic party is iust what \ ^*^^ *"* *'*"'^ ' life-blood of the young State, has very age, 

' 218 54 I nearly neutralized her urowth ; so ley, crossing it at I la-stings, and again 

that i't is not expecte<l that her census ^ near WinOTrv. is al;-eacly bemg grad- 



it was twenty years ago — to build up j b*I. to be provided for bv tax 

; an exclusive party which should la t-io mill will produce 

fact be an aristocracy, more exacting ^^OMMON C0U>TY FUND. 

, . ^ , ..." • . -Sent l.—Countv orders itstand- 
and more intolerant than any ari.>^tocra- , |' „ p«r ledger 

cy*of Europe. To bring about the re- C^sh ou hand after payin- all or- 

. suit, these men point all their guns ders out 

at the negro — rule him out from all | 
participation in the affairs of our Gov- f 
eniment, except to pav taxes and be- ' Ka>- >" County Treasury o » M'ch 

... e \ 1 J I settlement 

come "hewers ot wood and drawers ^ collections from M'ch to irept. 1 '65 

of water" for this cla.ss of miseegena- 
tionists. The taxes and labor, they 
are willing to receive, 
of politicians had fought the rebels 



! now in progress will show an agnre- ed, and will doubtless foon be in op- 
gate of more than •225,000 to 250,000 eration, taking a gooJ share ot the 
4,408 05 people. But, while her pojiulation has [ river transjmrtation and nearly all lis 
i almost stood still, her ))roduction has I travel. Then the Minnesota Central 
3.135 03 steadily increased, so that in spite of ' just opened hence to Northficld, and 

the general drouth, extending through in a few days more to run to Fari- 

(7,538 08 1 ifj|g3 ji,,^ \m\, she exported from five bault, is to be rapidly pushed due 

^^^^^^^^^^^ to seven millions of bushels of wheat south till, in connection with afliliated 

and oats as the prodU',-ts of either roads, it forms a through line to St. 

season. This year, there has been a! Louis, 413 miles from these Falls, .an- 

sufficiency of rain, and the yield of swering to over 800 by the river. 

t7.538 08 small grain is entirely beyond prcce-' These will be rival roads, but the 
I dent. The Vcrv lowest estimate 1 1 world is wide enough for both. The 



4,246 jrt 
3,291 52 



which sent tiie doughfaces to limbo, 
and which has followed the crawling 
and dirt-eating species ever since the 
Almighty fixed his curse upon their 
cozening' progenitor : " Upon thy beb 
ly shalt thou go, and dust shalt thou 
eat all the days of thy life." 

If we may ask the question without 
being cons'idered " personal," we 
should like to ask the lickspittles gen- 
erally, and the lickspittle candidate 
particularly, how they, collectively, 
and he, individually, feel. — aS7. Paul 
Press. 

The Reiublican Party in Da.noer. — The 
Republican party is in danger. It is drifting 
about like a sliip 'vithout a pilot, and il not 
speedily brought up with a round turn it will 
drift among the breakers and go to pieces. — 
Xeuj York JJerald. 

Well let it go — let it roll — let it go 
among the breakers. Nobody worth 
saving will be banned, and if all the 
shodily rogues are drowned, so much 
the better for the country. " Let her 
Avtllt." — Pioneer. 

It is said that there is a place down 
on the cBstem shore of Maryland 
where the Almighty don't count time 
against any of the inhabitants. The 
scavengers of the ILrald and of the 
Pioneer are natives of the Eastern 
Shore. 



RECONSTRUCTION! 

•W TAKE THIS MKTHOD OF 

informing my old friends and customers and 
the public generally, that I have 

RE'OPEJVEMP, 

present, and that all inequalities in the burdens ; ^^ „,p ^,]j stand — SAWYER HOUSE BUILD- 



<if taxation shall be removed. 



ING— i-orner of Myrtle and Seeoud itrcets, 
^»^lliwat(.•r. where I propose to keep a FULL 
and GOOD assortment of 



Rexolvetl, That the ndminii^tration of the gen 
eral government during the past five years, in 1 
the hands of the late lamented President, | 
Abraham Lincoln, and in the hands of the ! 
present executive, Andrew Johnson, in all j 
their efforts to preserve the Union and the \ 
liberties of the country, meets with our hearty 
approval and concurrence. 

Rfjtdved, That in behalf of the people ofMin- 
nesota, we thank the present executive <>( the 
State, his excellency Stephen Miller, and the 
oflBcers associated with him in the Stati- pov- 
ernraent, for the able, faithful and ellieient upj all articles usually found in a general 
manner in whieli they have discharged the ! Store in this country, which J will sell ;n» 
duties of their respective offices. { cheap as the cheapest 

i2f«<rft»rt/. That in the event of the failure of j FOI^ O-A-S-Jbl. 

proper national action, we are in favor of sueh ; ^ * 1- n 

State legislation as .'"hall abundantly relieve the Old Customers and all others are cordially 
necessities of the disabled soldiers ol this State invited to call and examine our stock, 
and the orphans of those who have perished Mr. JOTHAM lAtWELL, »o well known to 



aROCERIES, 

CROCKERY WARE, 

DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, 
HATS AND CAPS, 
' BOOTS AND SHOES, 



in the course of the war. 



If this cla.vs , E.^tJmate.l espensoa for t .6 ensuing year in- 1 ^ orthe'averac'c vield of I manau'crs of the Centr.al expect to 
eluding payment of County bonds beconi , -.nN e ntani 01 um .»»i...i_«. ^ ». ._;, . --;.., i .. .1. 1 . . V ...1 



j ing due 

durin<j the time of the rebellion with Deduct cash on hand. 



oue-halfthe virulence and hate that 
they are now fighting the black race, 
the recent w ar would not have con- 
tinued one year; while tens of thou- 
sands of loyal lives would have been 
spared, and hun«lreds of millions of 
treasure saved. The negro is made 
a dead-fall to entrap other classes of 
men. Now that the black race is free. 



Am't to be provided for \yi tax. . . 

' 5^ mills on the dollar va nation 

I will produce 

Estimated collections of costs, in- 
I terest and incidentals 



9,442 62 

822 35 
110,264 97 



Wi!»con<«iit. 

Judge H. D. Barn-n, of Polk conn 



\i 400 00 wheat is 24 bushels per .tcre, while 27 | bring hither 15,000 bushels of whe.at 
3,135 03 is usually claimed, and many will not! per ii:iy *"'>'" ^^'^' ^""^^ ^'"■^^' *V^J'^ of their 

'be satisfied with less than 30. I am ' running, which, for fifty miles of new 

10,26^jn j jjssurecl that, in almost every instance, 1 .ioa<l, through a country but eight or 
actual measurement has over-run the ten years old, and never yet one-quar- 
owner's anticipations. One farmer 'ter plowed, is not bad. Another 
who sowed five hundred acres " has . road that starts from St. Paul and 
threshed out and weighed off 16,0001 aims at the Pacific has already been 
bushels, or .32 bushels per acre from two years oi)en at this point, and now 
the entire area sown. Considering runs'thirty miles further northwest, 
that very little is fall-sown or winter j expecting within a yeur, to be open 
wheat-the light snows and hard frosts forty miles further to St. Cloud, the 
kilbnji out that varietv, especially if thriving depot of the overland trade 



rmiOiX PL.ATFOB.11. 



if his nituril ricrhts ^re denied him bv ty has been honored with a renomina- 1 sown'on the broad, wind-swept prai- with the Red River and the British 

It his natuidl lights arc tlemtflhim in ly u» « ^^^ ries— this seems to me immense, espe- settlement thereon, and so with our 

cially as much of it is necessarily newly-<liscovered gold region on the 

sowed too late, on ground not more Saskatchewan and in the adjacent 

' ' le general rule Rocky Mountains. Another railroad 

md stack is to run up the Minnesota, besides 



Th 



refusing him the elective franchise, tion for the Legislati re by the 
the attention of the "Democracy " I m*-" of North western Wisconsin. His 
will be turned to other classes, with district extends from La Crosse Conn- th^n half plowed, 
the samf re 

refer to the Pioneer, the organ of this , tne largest rvepresen auve u.,.. .e. ... ^^^^- ^^ ^--^■^^. -^- ^ ^.^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ .^^ Wui^n^^, and several others. Con- 
anti-war aristocracy, of the 7th. In I the State. This immense region .has ^^^.i^^ .^ uynaTly does between the irress has dealt generously with this 
an article headed "The Equality Fab very important local interests which joth ,.^„fj 20th of November. Now State in the matter of endowing raib 
!:lc^-," the writer endeavors to beslav- should be entrusted to a capable, effi- , turn to threshing and niarkcting, roads with lands, yet not improvident- 
er the foreign element by 
& sweet draught in one hi 

chalice fill .. ~ -, 

other. Here is what he say.s, afYtr Legislature, his exp 'rience and hi« ground plowed in the Vail ; though them it will be worth 75. Only 
propoundimr a series of questions to tried capacity there mints the people | many resume i>b>wing and keep at iti buiM the roads, and both the nation 

lieneral Mai!siiali., the Union c 



•esults In nroof of this we ty to the shores of L ike Superior, and I take to be this : Harvest 

c '^i;,,. .ri ~„ of th, the l»rg.st Re„re».n ative di,«ric. in i vo„r frnin -, th.,, ;,n,-. ,1k- ,,1..w an.I ..;.,. ,1,-..,>,1,; ;-..ac-hn,g^ w;._.tWHrd from 
c jrunif-t-r, ine orj,.in oi uus j ^ a,!.- • :„!,.. Keep it runnins; till hard fro 

he 7th. In I the State. This immense region has ^^^.l^^ .^ ^^ .^^ ^„^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ 

Quality Fab very important local interests which lo^h j^„fj 20th of Noveml 

»rs to beslav- shoiUd be entru.sted to a capable, effi- , turn to threshing and 1 ._, . . 

V extending' <iont, honest and inf uential represen- ! which, with getting woo.l for fuel, is ly, since the road.s are needed to make 

) extcnrting , connection of Mr Bar ' the winter's work ; an.I when the frost the lands available. \\ ithout them, 

and, and a , tative. The connet tion ot 31i. ^"^J- ! ^^^^.^^^^^^ the mid.lfc of April, turn Wheat mu.st be grown for 40 cents 

led with deadly poison in the jron with the dominant party in *"/' j";, s^winij and h.arrowing in on the per bushel in sections where with 

[ere is what he say.s, afYtr Legislature, his exp 'rience and his „j.,^^jj^^| plowed in the Vail : thon<_rh them it will be worth 75 '^^"'" 



.,ndi ofthat district to him in preference during two or three- weeks of spring, and the trea.sury will be enriched by 

.• ^ u J ^^^^J* Afler it is too late to sow wheat, it the land gr.ants. 

date for Governor : to his Copperhead opponent will do to plow and sow for oats, and 

"Must the foreigner wait five' We cheerfuUy endorse the above ^^^j^ j^ ^j^^. pj^-p^- ^ea.son for sowing 
years aixl the negro not? I^ this from the St. Paul Pe.<is. We have ^},p„j j,^-) extensively. In an excur- 
^'equality?" Is he less inteligent than known Judge Barron long and well. ' sion I made on Tuesday over the 
the negro? (We believe they all prb | ^i out nei-'hbors of Wisconsin have \ Minnesota Central Railroad on the oc- 
vatelvtrive this as their r*'a.soii — we; . 'Iu • * .,* „o*o ♦!,<.,' «-;ii ' oasion of its opening to Northheld, 

heard it often.) Is he less worthy of »" eye to their true interests, thej w ill ^^ ^.,^,^ ^^,^^^^-.^^. ^^^^^ j ^,^^^, ^^^^^ ^^.,, 

trust ? Is it feared that he may amab give the Judge a rou.sing majonty. j j^.j^^, ungathered in many fields, 
garnatc with »fl//*v citizens? Is he not He is as true as steel to the Union though I noted none wherein they had 
re 



Stormy S<>KKion in the Epfcwco- 
pal CoiiV4>iilioii— A LiOfal Res 
oliilioii !»quel<>be<l. 

Piiii.Ai>Ei,riiiA, Oct. 14. 



.4doptcd by tlicRepulicaii State 

Coiiveiitioii held at St Paul, 

Aug Itf, 1§65. 

Jicsolifd, That for the suppression of the 
greatest armed rebellion ever waged in the 
world against liberal principles, the rights of 
mankind and the integrity of the republic, and 
for the great boons of peace which we now 
enjoy, our profoundest gratitude is due to Al- 
mighty God ; and under Him, to the wisdom, 
perseverance, courage and devotion of the 
loyal people of the United States. 

Resolved, That while we recognize the dis 
persion of the armed forces of the rebellion, 
we cannot shut our eyes to the fact thai the 
local feelings and pernicious principles which 
culminated m rebellion still exist in the South 
to a great extent, and that it is now the duty 
of all loyal men to unite in demanding sucli 
w'se and prudent measures of statesmanship 
as shall complete the glorious work of our ar 
mies, and such measures as may be necessary 
to the future salety and the lasting and per- 
petual peace of the nation. 

RexolveJ, That having at all times denoun - 
ced the dark spirit of human slavery, and hav- 
ing throughout the late war lent our hearty 
and cordial support to every raeasuie looking 
to its suppression, we now hail its extinction 
with " unfeigned satisfaction," and with the 
conviction tliat we have been instrumental in 
cleansins; the nation of this foul blot ; and wc 
hirthermore pledge ourselves never to permit 
it to be revived in any portion of our national 
domain, under any new name or under any 
cunning pretense ; determined that not only 
slavery shall perish, but that air its forme, ap- 
pliances and theories shall perish with it. 

Resolved, That inasmuch as the existing 



FOR SALEJR RENT! I 

A good Stock and Grain FARM, 300 acres, j 
60 acrC3 improved, enclo.sed with good beard i 
fence. Two "OOd barns — one Si) by 40, one I 
24 by 24. Corii bouse and Granary 14 by 26, j 
House 14 by 26 finished completely. ^ | 

The farm is located 5 miles from Stillwater, , 
on the west side of Carnelian Lake. 1 

Terms easy and price low. 

Also 300 acres of wild land in section 34, ! 
township 31, range 20. 

Also 120 acres in township 30 range 20, 8 
miles from Stillwater, on the Boom road to I 
Areola. . I 

160 acres in St. Croix county AVisconsin— I 
the north half of the south-east (piarter, and j 
sonih half of the north -ea.st qunrter of section j 
loin township 31 range 19 west; adjoining 
I'ine lake. Will he sold CHEAP. | 

One Dwellinghonse, pleasantly located on 
Tiiird street, and the giounds consist of a lot 1 
and a half. | 

For more full description and terms, appl.v 
to S. S. DENTON, Stillwater, 

or COllNMAN & STIGKNKY 

Stillwater, October, 1865.— 5-4t. 



all my old lU-ioiners, will ut as my agent lor 
the present, which is a suffiiient assnrance 
that all comers will be well trcate<l. 

WILLIAM TIUBETTS. 
SiilUvater, Oct. 4th, 1865. 



R 



O. S T R O W « ' « 



St. 



Carpet Hall, 

225 Third Street. 

Pa,it - - MlniiB.-Jota. 



Importer. Dealer in and Manafactnrer of 

CARPETS. UlL CLOTHS, .MAlllMiS. CL'UTAiX 

Mideriiils and Triuiuiiii?^ 
UPHOLSTERING AND FUftNiSHlNG GOODS, 
WINDOW SHAI)i:s, 
Wall PB|>er, .Mnlrf*.-*-!*, KeaihtT*, Ac. 
October. I S(>5 — 0-ly 



M" 



MME. DEMOREST'd E.Ml'OUIUM OF 
FASillON. 

4T:J miOADWY, N. Y. 
URAXCUKS IX NEAKLV .\l.l. THE CITIES 
OK TllK VNIUN AM) ( AXADA. 



H 



ORA<'B GRKBLEY IN MINNESOTA. 



THE STA TE FAIR. 



L^quirca, LIKE WHITE MEN, to cause, though of Democratic antece-J not been cut, as I ha.l been led to ex- ^ resolution of the Hou.<»e of Bi 

ay hi-s taxe.s?" I ^ ^^ The La Ciosse Bepublican ' ?<'<•*: 1^'»V- ^^Z t^'W Y"'''^ •''" ^'""^ ai.i.ointing a day of thankspiWn 

There it is! ^^ Z!Ke mhUe menr\.^y, ._ ^ and its carter halt eohl, the entire har- ,',^. ,,.t„r„ of peace to the co 

... sajs.— vest was late this vear ; and Indian ..„, „„:.v tr, th.. rhureh. most re 



At the Episcopal Convention this 
nioniint; the following resolution was 
adopted ; 

Resolred, That this House, in most 
cordially concurring as it has done in 

.shops 
i\nng for 



GROWTH OF THE STATE - ITS GREAT CROPS — 
THE CLIMATE-EXCURSION OVER THE MINNK- 1 
80TA CENTRAL RAILROAD ON ITS OPENING TO ', 
NORTHFlELD-THE SPRLNG WHE.VT OF MINNE- \ 
80TA-T1ELD OF WHEAT IN 1S65, 10.00 I.IK.0 BUSH- , 
ELS — THE CORN CROP — THE RIVERS A LAKES 
OF MINNESOTA -ST. PAUL-THE FALLS OF ST; 
ANTHO.^Y- MINNEAPOLIS. HASTINGS, *c..— 
RAILROADS CXDER WAY - MANCFACTURERS. 
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES - THE ST. CROIX 
REGION PINE LUMBER, S-VLOOO FEET of BOARDS 
PER DAY AT ONE ESTABLISHMENT - STILLWA- 
TER— THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI— HUDSON, PRK8 
COTT AND OTHER POINTS IN WISCONSIN- 
YIELDS OF WHEAT 80 to 40 BUSHELS per ACRE. 

NEW Y. WEEKLi- TRIBUNE ! 

01 Oct. 14, will ci>DtalD I 

MR OREELEY'8 LETTERS FROM MINNESOTA ON 
UI» LATE TRIP TO THAT STATE. 



THE GREAT 
FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. 
THE 



♦Pattenii of tin- F uliioiw for L i lii-Ji' and C!>iMren'« 
Dres'. Ladies' PaiWrna, l-'> t > 4;> cuts : Cliildroii^ 
Patterns M to 20 cents ; Tiimiii -l, Double Prico ; Full 
Urtecii articles. $5. 

Drevt and Oloak Making in all ito branched. 

•Ladic*!' System of Dress Cutting, $1 00. 

•Children's Systi^ui of Dress Cutting, 60 ctn. 

Tucking. Pinking an<l Fluting. 

»Ini|MTlal Dreg" Elevators, To cts. 

French Corsets, Satin Jean. |fi fti : Ciutil, $7 00. 

Pr.7.e M.dal Skirts, $1 50 ; $2 <»0 and *» 00. 

*8i.iia! Sprii g Bci^oin P.uls, fl tO. 

»Exo<;l»ior Dress Shields, 5o ct». 

♦Combination Suspender and Shoulder Braces, 75 ctt. 

Braid and Embroidery Stamps. %i per dos. 

Diamond Needles, 40ct». per hundred. 

8<wing Machine Tucking Attachment, U> 00. 

•Scissors Guage, cutting materi;il any width, 50 ct». 

•Sewing Ri|>pers, for Machine iX hand Scwiiig. .Wet* 

WatiT-Projf Dress Facing, 10 to 30 cts. per yd. 

•Lily- Bloom, improTing the complexion, -^O cts. 
ftifl. pure, and free from aught to barn) 
" lue tendorcsi C"™pl«»i'^n- 

•Roseate Bloom, tinting the complexion, 5) cU. 
Will tint the cheeks as Nature tinU 
Tbe rosy shells of ocean '. 

•Curling Cream, beautifying the hair, 50 cti. 

•Perfume PackeU, exquisitely Iragrant, 50 cU. 

MME. DEMOREST'S Purchasing Agency, for any ar. 
tide to be jirocured in New York. 

•DEMORESTS'S MONTHLY MAQA7.INE and MME, 



NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE 

remnant of the so-called Demoeratic party is | is printed on alarge double-medi-im sheet, maklngelght DEMOREST 3 MIRROR OF FASHIONS, «5 cts. Ve»rly 

aspiriac to thrust ita counsels upon the pCO- i ?»«<» "' /'» columns each, «;"^.'^'"'«»'''^"g..";;;.';;^;l'°*»' $3 with valuable premium 
r - ". . . . . . . "^ ^ \ matter of the Daily issue — ~.— ~,. «... 



-j»ay 

"1^' ^■""'•t" "«i"- tl'ie returir of peace to the country 

_, . 1 1 »• ♦ ' , , X. »i •-• • ' ^"'* !"<*>*" 1 and unity to the church, most respect 

There IS an express declaration to, Mr. Barron has b -en a member ot'^jorn, though generally ripe, is tar ' ;^^j,^, p^^fresses to the House of Bish- 
those Irishmen, and Ucrraans, and ^j^g Legislature for two or three terms tVom heavy. Potatoes are alike abun-] (,.,3'its most earnest desire that, in the 
Swedes, and Norwegians, and alloth- before, and we kno\ ' whereof we af- dant and excellent, as are nearly all ! religious services to be appointed for 
♦•r foreigners who ha\ e been in the , 
habit of voting the Democratic tick 
x-t, by their State organ, that fheyar 

not tthit^ men! An<l then your party faithful rcpre-sentati /e than Henry D. : best Flour is made from it atthis place, ^.jjj ^^ ^^j.^^ great occasion of national 
or^'an insinuates, in emphatic Ian- j5.^rron and comman.ls the very highest pri- estrangement to which our late troub- 

ces. The yield oflS.i.'i cannot t.tll les iire"'diie. 

below Ten Millions of jhushels, which "j'mige Chambers moved to lay the 

tf'r h*'"^*" <'0"- ! resohmon on the t.ible, and the Penn- 
Ih per head for ^^.j^ania delegation called for the ayes 

ami nays. 

Dr. 6oodwin asked if the question 
had been taken. If it had he called 
for its reconsideration. 

Judge Bittle, of North Carolina, 



• . " . . . r u I <• raauer 01 me i7«ii, inouc, including a N' ws Suminary, 

pie in the questions arising out ol the close 01 1 Domestic and Foreign : Legislative and Congre«Hional 
the war ; and inasmuch as it is just and right > matters ; War News ; Stock, Financial, Cattle, Horse. 

that that party should be held fast to the re- i Dry G''"^' '""l »;°"»' M^,^^„V!l*''l?ic'^'''~'"* "^"""i 
sponsihility of its past record, wc therefore I *'"""^'"' ^"''»""'^' »'-"":2_'""''' *" *" 

charce upon it, The Rcportsof the American Institute. Farmers' Club 

. _, , .,.. . J. and the various Agricultural ReporU, in eecb number. 

1. That a course of servility extending [ ^^^ ^j^^,y ^g^,, , y^^r, subscription. Read what a 
through thirty years, it accustomed the South- 1 subscriber in St. U-ulssays: 
em people to govern, inspired them with con- St. Louir, Mo., July 16, 1365 



tempt for the North, a id prepared them for 
that day when failing anj longer to constitu 



ThVi» Editnro/tfig Trihnn' 

DCAK 8i« : I have had in contemplation for some 

_ . - , time to write and tell you of the pi, asiire I get from the 

tionally govern the nation, they should set up ; weekly perusal of the proceedings ot the Fanners' Club; ^ mj (oraCircular 

the banner of revolt. »rst 1 will te.ll you how recently I b-caiue aware of its 

9 Th«t Ihrniurh thrir leaderq thev encour- existence. About the first of Septemlier. 1S6.S^I no- 

2 1 bat through their leaaers iney encour ^.^^ ^^ artvertlsement, and a rut of the Tribune Straw- 

aeed the outbreak of the rebellion ; assuring ferries, and immediately subscribed for the Weekly 

the insurjrentS that for every regiment sent by ; Tribune, in whirh'l found the proceedings of your Club. 

~ .. *. " . .. . 1.1 ■■,.-... ....»a..»1h.. n*>l»>i..v K« VA K*(.fiin(. to 

H 



Li«t to the sounds bi.rne oq the breeze ! 

From every quarter lo ! il comes, 
A .Magazine of worth is found. 

Exulting both our taste and homes. 
Those marked thus • are sent by mail, post fre«, on 
receipt of price. The others are sont by express on r»- 
ceipt of the amount, or collected on delivery. 

Dealers will please send for Wholesale Price List. 
Address MME. DEM0RE8T' 

478 Bboaowat, N. Y. 

Ladies, cut the above out for future reference, or for 
fuither particiilurs see Djmorests Monthly Magwin*, 




A NEW BUSINESS 



guaf^e, that you are not fit to *'amal- 1 

gam-ite'' with this aristocratic white Gov. 'J"*^'•«;;^ '^l^^^^;^^^";^^^^^^^^^^ allowing One Million 

race oi- Democrats ;-for surely the -n^' h-; ^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

^^-— r ncnconcedt^tl^tt a ne-^ ,, ,e\l^J W encouraging t^^-- ^I^Pf--)^^.-!, \^ 

gro IS a " n.'^tive cituen. K th.tt con- Northern enigratio .. | ^^j^j,;^^,, ^^^^ _^^^j^.^ ^^.^^^ ^^ ^^e 



cession is made, why notgivethe "na- i rpj^^ great tire at ronstantinople de- r\\[>Y, rather more than *8,00,000 to- 

t^vc citizen" all the rights and immun- stroyed 8.000 house ■!, more than three , lay. Allowing !^'J,()00,000 for her „„,...^ , 

ities of citizenship— whether white or : hundred palaces, eiiiht niosqiie.s, t^wo ^.^{ (.,.f,j, ^nd the little corn that will niovv.Tto'lay the motion to reconsider 1 



8. That by the denial oJ the right of the gen- fn„giect«d (forgot) to renew my subscription 
eral Government to coerce a state into obedi- xht Tribune, until so lat« that I missed the ' ' ' 
ence, — a denial resting upon the authority of No. Can you help me to it? Portions of 
the laat of the Democratic Presidents, — they 
palsied the arm of the Government in the early 



mers' Club reports in that number, particularly 
topn'serve. In fact, that feature of tl«e pajwr consti 
tutes ofM of the main rea.sons why 1 take 



EDWARD DEGGELLER, 

lalCKSKlNDRiSSER. 



it. An' I 



days of the struKSle, and gave time for the 1 have no doubt that it re<:elves a goodly sbar* of it^ pat 
tr»..onalili> .-onRniraev to organize and arm '""'>»«« from P«rs.in8 who wish it well, but would not. 
treasonable conspiracy to organize anu arm ^^^^^j^ ^ring themselvei! to the subscribing p..lnt. 

itselfl { Yours, truly. O.A.ALEXANDER 

4. That at every stage of the great contest ! Waynesville, ill., July 2.V 
their sympathy was upon the side of the rebel- TERMS. 



Wuck ? 

W> iiiyite th^ attention of our for- 
eign Democratic population to the 



be spared by the southern counties, j 
Minnesota is seen to be abundantly 



above sweet morsel, coming from the , 

Look at It— 'V^"^"^ 



lips ot their party organ, 
f-mcll of it— chew it— and then 
low it il itis palatable.. 



churches and live <hans. Over 75,- 
000 people were iiu de homeless. 

Census returns fi c the white popu- .-^ble to j.ay for all the goods she oii-ht 
lation ..flowa at 750,074 ; colored, to buy, and her thritty, hard-working 
There are ^6,000 dogs in the I't'ople »/•,// pay, f/o pay, for what they 



lion ; an-l that to this end they organized se- 
cret societies for traitorous purposes ; opposed 
every decisive meajiure of the general Gov- 
lernmeut; resisted directly or indirectly the 
enforcement of the draft ; incited riots in the 



,j I State, which, with the wolves, have 
' destrovcd l'J6,14« worth of sheep. 



buy. W boev 
other sort on 



ver chooses to supply the question but wa« 
credit will doubtless de- mptcd. 



on the table. 

Dr. Cummins rose to a question of 
privilege, and was noisily called to 
order. 

The Hon. Mr. Brunot tried to ask a 
s also noisily inter- 



Mail subscribers, "Ingle copy. 1 year. 

Mail subscribers. Clubs of five 

Ten copies, addre:<scd to name* of subscribers, 

Twenty copies, addressed to subscribers, 

Ten copl'i", to one address. 

Twenty copies' to one address, 



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great cities ; filled the people with gloom and 
acspondency, and finally, in the critical mo 
mcnt o» the struggle declared that the war 
was a failure, that the nation was unable to ! 
suppress the rebellion, and clamored for mea- ! 
Bures, which, if carried out, could only have , m]^ 

nation. t retail, by 



, An extra copy will be sent lor each club of ten. 

Drafts on New York, or Post Office orders, payable 
to the order of the Tri»cn«. being safer, are prefera- 
ble to any other m de of remiiunee. Address 

THE TRIBUNK, New York. 



E T R O I. E II ai OIL, Extra 

resulted in the division and destruction of the ; MT Qiialily. J'*^'' f^'''- wl'o'psale and 

- ■ J. .\. BATLS. 



WEST OF ST.iTE PRISON, IX STONE 

HOUSE OF FRANK AIPLE 

The highest market price will be paid for 

DEER, SUhEP and HORSE SKINS. 

'Special notice is hereby gi ven that having 
had 35 years experience in the TANNINQ 
BUSINESS, I am prepared to dress Buck- 
skins of all kinds at the lowest prices. 

Particular attention given to dressing 8kin« 
and furs, letting the hair remain on the same, 

Sritisfaction will be guaranteed to all. 

Still water, Aug. 29, 1863,— Dl-2nj. 



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H«Tln({ added to our formir Urjr* sti-ck of JOBBING 
MATIRIAU the M*i*>ng" *>mc.' In now better prepar- 
Ml than ev.T tHjfore to txeiutr nil kinds ol PLAIN «o<l 
ORNAMENTAL 

Our ni»t«rl»U are mostly u«-w. and our ftu-IIItlv* for ex 
eeutiat: all kinds »f work are ample. 
out work that will 

Compare fivonbly with thai of ay other Offce in the State. 

brine or send your ordrrt If you want jobbing execn- 
ted NEATLY and EXPEDI I'lOUSLY. 



TCe can now torn 



The Great EflliMe. 

Rfitor of Mf^enyrr 

The great eclips» of the sun on Thursdnv 
next, the I9th, will De visible throughout the 
entire "nited Staler and Southern Canada. 

At Lawrence Kausaii, New Madrid, Charles- 
ton, S. C , and inmi Mediate points, the eclipae 
will be central and 4iiiular, and will be ex- 
tremely inteiesting the sun, for four or live 
tuinutes, at the mid lie o{ the eolip^ie, will ap- 
pear like an intense y dazzling ring suspended 
in the firinaiuent. 

As none of the en Ion ders that I have seen 
give the elements o this eclipse at any point 
w ithin many hundr d miles of this plaae. the 
I'nion .^et'tiugs. following calculatioi for the meiidian of Still- 

Hon. leNATii-s Dojissllt, the young and water will, perha] s, interest many ot your 
sifted member of Congress from this district, : readers : 

wUl addresn the people of the St. Croix Valley i Beginning of the .-clipse, 7:2j a. m. 
«a follows : Middle " " 8:57 

STILLWATER. Thursday, Oct. 2«. 
MARINE, Friday, Oct. 27. 
TAYLORS FALLS, Saturday, Oct, J8. 
The local committees of the various towns 
bHomM wiake arrangontints for these meetings 
And give Mr. tKinnelly a rousing reception. 
We re.'pectfbUy call the attention of the Un- 
ion town committees to the above appuint- 
*aents, and trust they will make all necssary 
«rrangement3. 



^iUTTER, §ECOiTlBE 

MANIKACTURERS AND 

Dealers in Paper 

OF EVERY DESCUIPTION, 

t ationery &. Printers Materials 

220 THIRD STREET, ST. I'AUL. 



VmJk Paid fur lUma and Rope. 



J. C. BURBANK, 
U. C. BUKBAilK, 



End •' " 1*30 

Duration " " 305 
Eight dijjita, or \ eclipse, on the suu's south- 

"" '""'" riiiLO. 

Stillwater, Min., Oct. 1«, 18«3. 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK A, CO. 



Storage, Forwarding, 




A. H. WILDBR, 
J»0. L. MKRRIAM 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

GROCERS, 

CORNER LOWER LKVEE AND SIBLEY STREET, 
ST. F.XITI., MIN. 



Goi.so Back. — ^Ve would much prefer re- 
cording the incoming than the outgoing of 
good citizens. We regret to leant that the 
Honorable U. L. 1 honias, of Afton, together 
with hi* (ainily, h«i left Minnesota for his for- 
mer home in India »*. iudge Thomas has 
.served several term i in our S'jite Senate a nd 
House ot Repieseiitative^, and will leave a 
vacuum in our county, and e.opecially lu the 
The Judge and fami- 




I. 




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9 



DEALER IN 



Wbst FisiUNO.— During his recent visit to 
this valley, Hod Greeley and Hod Taylor, of 
<he Huds-in T<:>^s, went fisihing. We saw 
Ihem when they returned, and they each look- 
ed It4te A pair of twin sardines — having had 

Bshernieti*!! luck. Of the sporting, however, ] sterling town of Afl on. 
Hod Taylor dilates: " .Nearly ev«ry bytly has; ly have our warme I wishes for their prosperi- 
Been in the papers the remark lately ntad« by ty, mingled with our regrets at parting with 
Horace Grevley, that he had bo«n trying fui ihciu. 

thirty years to git time to go a-ftjhing, but " 

without avail. Wei:, Greeley has " had hia Grotkr & Bakir « Sewisq Machinks.— Mr. 
time." While in this city last Siaturday, h« L?»is Watson, Sta « agent for the sale of the 
Tode out with a party of gtntlemen, including celebrated Orover fc Baker sewing machines, 
the writer hereof, and tried his hand in trout being unable to aCw-ommodate all of our citi- 
ing. The old riiiln.-opher etyoyed the sport 7,.ns during his visi: last week, will return to 
wonderfully — enteing into it with all the !>pirit 'jay and remain tomorrow at Eldridge & 
and eagorne.'wof a schoolboy. Grasshoppers (Jornman's book aU re, where orders will be 
were used as bait, and Mr Groeloy asstisted leceived for his ma hines. Those ofourciti- 



Trai, Coffees, Spicei, Sugars, Syrups, 

And all Goods pertainidg to the business of a 

Jfholesate Grocer 9 

1 N o L r i> 1 N « 
TOBA.CCO, Cia--A.S,S, 

Wines, Liquors, and Pure olJ Rje Jud 
Boarboa Whiskies. 

PICBMeall ani examinf this stork b«fore purrhanlDg. 

OORHKR THIRD AND JACKSON 8TRKET8, 

SAINT PAUL. 

Opposite Merchant's HoteL 



in catching them, using his somewhat dilapi- 
dated h.it to coitjiiderable purpose — much to 
the amusement of the party. Mr. Greeley's 
luck was rather poor, as he did not catch a 
trout, but consoled him.'H'lf with the remark 
tKat he could " take a /nW one as well as 
• nybody," which he demonstrated at dinner on 
return ing." 



zoos de:<inng to pr K.ure one of these justly 
celebrated machin.'S, should call upon M r. 
Watsou to-morrow as his time is limited. 



mVKS. I. REDMOlfD 

Has iust received a complete stoflk of 
\V INTER 

aooDS, 



FALL. AND 



$»unday Eveiiiiiff Lectures, 

At the Episcopal Church, by the Rot. Mr. 

Hill.^. 

The Travef» ofS/. Paid thrmtgh the Rmnan 

Emjiire. — This aerii * ol lectures will commence 

D. V. on Sunilay e>ening next, Oct. 22. 

1st Lecture. J» wish preparation for the 



Needed Rxpairb. — We would suggest to uro 
worthy Mayor and Councilmen that the stair- 
war leadinjj to XcU'ui's Bluff, or ' Ziou's Hill,' 
as it is farailiarlv called, verv much needs re- , Gospel- Heathen p-eparatioa for the Go..pel 
pairing. This"is a continuation of Main or I Prepar.ttion in the Roman Empire for the Gas 
Broadway, and we very much fear that, in j P*'!-- Great men 1 )r great periods m 
conscfi-icnce oi the dilapidated conditi.m of world's history, 
this important thoroughfare, some person will 



become the victim ol a brokin limb or a bro 
ken neck — in which event the city maybe 
coiii(>elled to pay the damages. 

Quite a large gang of workraon h.ive 
been engaged most of the summer on other 
streeta of the city 



the 
Phe Gospel preached in Ju- 
dea. The child bo n in Tarsus. 
Service at seven j'clock. All seats free. 



i£:ll:it3?.t 



CONSISTING OF 

Ribbons, Velvets, Flowers, 

H.A.TS, «ScC. ScC 

and every thing pertaining to a 
F I R S T - C T. A S S 

Millinery Establishment, 

and offers the same at the lowest cajib price. 
GteenUaf^ IHock, near the 

Po>t Onicc. n8"lra. 



CHICA©9 



BOWEN BROTHERS, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

AND LEADING JOBBERS IN 

STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, 

Notions, Woolens, 

WORSTED GOODS, ETC., ETC. 

♦•♦ 

Announce Increased Facilities and arran|re- 
ments by which their stock will continue 
more inviting and extensive than any other, 
out of New York, in the country. They now 
include a full line of Leading Domestics by 
the package, at manufacturers' Prices, and 
invite the trade of the Northwest to save 
Freight and Time by purchases in Chicago. 
We have the Exclusive Sale of many brands 
of goods, are Agents for Pittsburgh EAGLE 
COTTON YARN, at Factory Prices. Our 
Immense Business is a guarantee of our 
ability to meet the demands of the trade at 
all times. Goods sent upon orders, can be 
returned at our expense if not satisfactory. 

BOWEN BROTHERS, 

19 & 21 Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois. 



(!Da)rrott'!iE CH^aluwn. 





As to where the following 
articles can be bought. 



10 quart pans, i 8 quart pans, 

6 quart do | 2 do do 

One pint pans. 
4 piece Dish pans I 5 piece Dish pans, 

6 piece Dish puns. 
Paftv pans, I Dust pans, 8 kinds. 

Square do j Pressed pans, all sizes 

Jelly cake pans. 



10 inch pie plates 
9 inch pie plates 
8 " " " 



Oval pie plates. 
Scollop pic plates, 
ABC do 



Nil MUSIC STORE ! 




10 qt covered pails 10 qt Flaring pails 

6 qt do do 
12 qt do milk palls 
10 qt do do 
Large chamber pails 
Small do do 

Large dinner do 

mall Dinner pails. 

2 qt saucepans — tin | 4 qt saucepans — tin 
6 qt saucepans — tin. 



6 qt 


do 


do 


4qt 


do 


do 


3 qt 


do 


do 


2qt 


do 


do 


1 pt 


do 


do 


12 qt 


Flaring 


do 
mal 



CITY iii& mm 

NEW GOODS 

Have arroved, and are al- 
ways arroving. 

CHOICE, SELECT DRUGS OF 
ALL KINDS! 

Every Patent •Wedicine you 

§ee advertised, al" 

ways on hand, 

1,000 PACKAGES of HOWE & STEVENS' 

DURKEE'S GROUND SELECT SPICES :— 
Ginger, Pepper, Mace, Nutmeg. Cinnamon, &c. 

A large stock of Plug, Natural Leal, Noa. 1, 2 
and 3 Smoking, Anderson's solace, and beet 
fine cut chewing. 

Imitation Meerschaum, Clay, Brier and Ce- 
dar Pipes. Tobacco Boxes of all styles & sizes 

Fine Commercial Note, Plain and gilt edge. 

fine Billet, Note, wide and narrow bill cap. 

Legal and Fool's cap. 

Plain and Fancy Envelopes ; Pens, pencil*, 

Blank Memorandum Books, Paper cutters kc. 

A number of i oils of fine wall paper at very 

low figures. 



S I* i: C I A L. 



Oft £9 n IS V /R. £& '^ 
1 pt measures 
^ pt do 
1 gill do 



1 gal measures 
\ gal. do 
1 qt do 

1 quart milk measures. 



rTJJ>TITEI-S. 



1 pt Funnels 
^ pt do 
1 Gill do 



New Music and Musical 
Instruments ! 



Th*M3— We ret irn to our citemporanes 

throughout the Sta e. and to other friends.our 

most profound grai tude for the hearty wel- 

some of who» hare been | «""'« l^ey have ex ended to us upon our re- 

.lunstruck from over exe.tion. and all of whom I t-™ ^o ««■• "^ P«' • ^e shall endeavor, .u 

and shovels ' ^^'^ management ot .the Afrvituflrr, to merit the 



hare broken or melted piclc-axes 
to the value of hundreds ef dollars, in conse- 
quence of friction with the gravel — and we see 
n<" reason why this improvement .-should not 
he ujade at once, while the workmen have 
their hands in and the weather is becoming 
cool. 



Lakeland Itoint. 



complimentary nonces of our friends, 
kindness is fully appreciated. 



Their ! '■ 



RKStMCD Work, —The extensive saw mill of 
Mewrs. St.Aples & l a. which has been partial 
ly susjH-nued in its operations during the paj>t 
few »e»k» in coroqti^nce of serious damage 
to the machinery, vas fired up yesterday and 
Started on its way i ijoicing. We shall hereaf 
ter make a note of the improvements to, and 



SoiPiiBs' FKSTivaLAT I.AXti-Asn.— The citi- 
«ens of Lakeland and Afton gave our return ' capacity of. this m.muioth eatabhshmant . 
ing soldiers a worthy reception at I'erin's Uall 



on Monday evening of last week. Speeches,, Octobrr Straw iririxs.— We 
a good supper and a dance were the order, the autumn strawl erry question. 



succumb to 

Our friend 

BoxKLL, of .vfton, has just presented ns 



The Second Cavalry Band furnished the music, j. W 

Some of our old Lakel.-^ind friends should have with a number of srawberrics, together with 

reported the proceedings for the Mfn-v-wjer. gtra^rhrrry U'xmtx, ^liiih he gathered on the 

We desire to secure a reliable (not contra- prairie near his residence yesterday, the 16th 

band) Lakeland correspondent. of October. Is the old course of nature t)e- 

— A firm from St. Anthony hav*" purchased coming reversed » Mr B. also exhibited some 



Butler & Dodd , 

jurowii ^^'arolioiivo, 

Forwardini^ k Commission 

MERCHANTS, 

And Dealers in 

Grain, Produce, Provisions, 
Hides and Salt. 



We also keep constantly oa hand, and for sale 

at the lowest rates of the market, 

and deliver to any part 

of the citT, 
FREE OF CHARGE, 



I Gal Funnels, 
^ Gal do 
1 qt do 

T13-A.-FOTS. 

Two quart Tea pots. 

Three pint Teapots 

One quart Teapots. 
PLANISHED TEAPOTS, all sizes. 
COFFEE POTS. 

One gal. Coffee Po'.s. 

Tliree quart Coffee Pots, 

Two quart Coffee Pots, 

One quart Coffee Pots. 
PLANISHED COFFEE POTS, 
all sizes. 



ItI STORED. 



n.u\ 



NOTICES. 

; LosT, now iiE- 



Just piibllslied. a riewMlition of Dr. 
CULVEKWKLL'S CELEBRATKD 
K88AY uii tbe radical cure, I with- 
out inedlciDo] of 8permatorrbe«ea, 
or iiemlnal weakness. InroluntarjrSc-mtnal LoMM,lmpo- 
t4Micy. Mental and Phviical incaiiacity. Impedimeota to 
Marriage, etc. ; ali«).C0N8UMPTI0N. EPILEPSY and 
FITS Induced by self Indulgence or lexnaleitravaKaDOe, 
^^Prlce, lu a sealed euvelopi!, only G cent*. 
Till! author in IIiIk admirable enaay clelHy dem- 
onHtrat««, from thirty yearti Bucceasful practice, that tb» 
iilarminK consequences of self-abuse may be radically 
cured withoat the dangerous use of Internal medicine or 
the application of the knife — pointinK out a mode of 
cure, at once simple, certain and effi^tual. by means of 
which every suOirer, no matter what his condition, may 
cure himself cheaply, privately, and RADICALLY. 

.^^Thls Lecture should be In the hands of every 
youth and every man in the land. 

Sent under seal, In a plain envelope to any addreai, 
P08T-P1ID. on receipt of six cents, or two post (tamp*. 
Address the publishers. 

CHAS. J. C. KLINE t CO.. 
127 Bowery, N. Y.. Post Office box 458«. 



Lyon's Periodical Drops ! 

rHE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY 
FOR IRREGULARITIES. 



ELDRIDGE & GORNMAN 

Take pleasure in announcing to the public 
that they are now prepared to fill a desideratum 
long needed in Stillwater. They are prepared 
to sell Bradbury k Voce's Piaiio<s, Mason Jt 
Uamlin's celebrated Cabinet Organs, or any 
other musical instruniint that may be desired. 
Specimen Organs can be seen at our Store, 
from which Instruments can be ordered. Ev- 
ery Instrument warranted to be what it is rep- 
resented. 

These Instruments will be sold at Chicago 
retail prices — our aTangenicnts with the man- 
ufacturers being such that we can do so — thus 
-saving freight and the dangers of freight and 
the expenses of transportation to the purchaser 

We keep constantly on hand all of Root k 
Cailv'.'i popular mu.sic, both voi-mI and instru- 
mental, together with Instruction Books for 
every kind of music, which we sell at Chicago 
retail prices. 

Sabbath School Melodies ! 

In great raricty, kept constantly on hand. 

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, 

in large quantity and every variety, received 
every day by express. 



42 Gal. Oil Cans, 



do 
i do 
1 do 
i do 
1 qt 
1 pt 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



the saw mill formerly owned by -Mr. Watson 
of Lalcland. Saint Anthony lumbermen ex 
hibit good sense by transferrin;? their lumber 
business from the Up|>er Mi.*.sissippi to the St. 
Croix. Tlir new propiietors are Messrs. Se- 
combc & llauseo. 

— Since the closing of the war and the re- 
turn of the soldiers, Lakeland has a.ssum.Hl its 



specmiens of cotion, almost matured, which 
the slight frost of Sunday morning nipp ed in 
the biid. 



Fiour, 



First Fkost — Tiit Wicathiil — The first frost 
— and that only ol sufficient severity to touch 
the most tender v< getables — appeared in thir< 
place on Sunday laorning, the 15th. This 
former activitv, and we are glad to learn that morning, the 17th, i« warm with a gentle fall 
business is reviving and population increasin;^. j of rain. 

We always had an affection tor " Shanghaie," [ . — - 

and are glad to note this iraproveniont. We j Rcturnco. — Wi i. E. Thome, Esq., returned 
hope our hieod-s there will keep us posted with I • few days since f om a six weeks' rusticating 



reed. 



Oats and 



Corn, 



refereace to hxal affairs. 



A:i ExciTiNS Race.— .*.n exciting race, oc 
«racc occasioning unusual excitement among 
aportjimen, was run on the Lakeland course 
Itut Saturday. The contestants were 'Cali- 
co,'' owned by 0. R. Ellis, Esq., and " Little 
Indian," owned by Storrs Lyman, Ksq. The 
respective admirers of either pony took stock 
quite lively on the result, and between two 
•nd three thousand dollar* changed bands on 
the occasion. 

*' Calico" distanced his aborigince competi- 
ffif tju! first three qu*r(t-rs of a mile, but at the 
(Out-come, 



tour in the rural d istricts of New York, Phila 
delphia, &c., wher; he has been purchasing his 
winter stock of go tds. 



Ottr brand of FAMILY FLOUR is 
WARRANTED equal to 
any in the country. 



Stationery, and every 
variety of 





Always on hand or procured at order. 



DisTRjcT Court. —The fall term of the Dis- > 
trict Court will ci mmence its session in this ! 
city on the 14th ot November. 



Rtpor. oi the attendance at the Public 
Schools of the citj of Stillwater, for the month 
ending Oct. 6, 18(5. 



Whol.- Ko. »vpr«<j» , 

•arollml. attendance P>.r eewt. 
Boys airls Hoys OirU 



\^ e hare established a 

WOOD-YARD 

Where wood of all kinds will be kept con- 
stantly on hand, and or sale at 
re«30oabld prices. 



We can furnish every thing desired 



PERFUMERY 

A choice variety. 



9 inch wash boilers, 

8 inch do do 

7 inch do do 

6 inch do do 

9 inch Coffee Kettles, 

8 inch do do 

7 inch do do 
6 inch do do 

1 (ial. mediciue can for the woods. 

Woodman's Kauphy Kettle. 
Large water pots and small water pots. 
Tin Punched Lanterns, Globe Lanterns, and 
Square Lanterns. 
Candle Moulds, all sizes. 
STEAMERS— 7, 8 and 9 inch. Pint cups. 
i pt cups, & also Scoops of all sizes. 
.Sconces. Oyster Stewers. Skim- 

mers, all kinds. Jackson Dippers, 

Two qt. Jippers — One pt Dippers — ^ pt dip 

pers, with long handles to 'cm. 
Large Wash Eowls — some with handles. 

Milk Strainers — large k small. 
KAKERS— big k little. 
TEA KETTLES— 7, 8 & 9 inch. 
CALA'XJJEKS, Half-sheet Graters, 

Quarter-sheet Graters. Nutmeg Graters. 
3 Kinds. Muffin Rings Thrashing 

Machine Cans. 
BLOW HORNS— large & small. 

CLOTHES SPRINKLERS, new style. 
SELF-SEA LINO FRUIT CANS, all sUet. 

Cake Pans, with tubes. 

Cake Cutters, plain & fancy. Army Cups. 

Marking pots. Beer Mugs with glass on side. 

Punch shakers Jelly Moulds 

Knife, Forks & Spoon Boxes. 
Cake Boxes, round k square Bill Trunks. 

Cash Boxes. Candle Sticks. 

Tea & Coffee Canister"?, all sizes. 

Spittoons, 2 kinds. Molasses Cups, 

large k smalL 

Pepper Boxes k Flour Boxes, all sizes. 

Match Safes, 6 styles. 

Nurse Lampp. Toy Clock Banks. 

Tea Trays — all styles k kinds. 

Childrens' Bath Tubs k Foot Tubs. 

THINGS GENERALLY! 

A Large assortment of Knives & Forks, Butch- 
er Knives and Pocket Knives. 

Table k Tea Spoons, all kinds. 
Shears k Scissors, Sheep shears. 



The finest assortment in town, consisting of 
Lows Honey, Bee-hive, Glycerine, Checkerber 
ry. Transparent, Military, Shaving, Violet, 
fockey-ckb and Brown Windsor— all " war- 
ranted genuine." 

Glass aud Glass-Ware. 

Window Glass, from 7x9 to 18^x50; cut to 

any size or shape, and in quantities to 

suit purchasers. 

Ten to fifteen different sizes of Wine, Cordial, 

and Dinner Goblets. 
All sizes of Tumbers, Independent Salts, large 
Salts, Spoon-holders in variety. Molasses Cru- 
ets, Glass, Water, and Milk Pitchers. De- 
canters, Fruit Stands and Plates. Glass Milk- 
Pans, Bitter Cottles, Beer Mug? of different 
styles. Chimneys of every size, plain, thick 
and Brass top, kc. 

Lamps ! Lamps ! Lamps ! 

Any quantity of PARLOR, STAND, HAND, 

BRA CKET and S WINGING LA MPS. 

Also a superior lot of LANTERNS A ND 

LAMP SHADES. 

A large and very fine assortment of PAINT, 
VARNISH, HAIR, CLOTHES, TOOTH, 
NAIL, SHOE, SCRUB, FLESH, TABLE, 
WHITE-WASH, PASTE, CAMEL HAIR, 
LEFTER-BOOK, GRAINING and MAKK- 
ING BRUSHES. 

Best LIMERICK HOOKS \xi endless variety. 

Buell's celebrated TROLLING HOOKS. 
Sea-grass, Linen, Cotton and Silk Line?. All 
sizes of Hooks on Gimp and silver wire. Reels, 
Spinners, Floats, and a fine lot of 
CANE AND BAMBOO POLES. 



Hunting Apparatus 



Grammar flchooi by 
W. L. BtiTS 
' Indian" was two lengths ahead. FiP<t Intermediate by 
™, . . 11 • 1 -.1. f Ml« It M. WllTBB 

The animals are small poniea, and neither of aec.nd Intermediate! i 

Mrs. M. Branux, 
Primary School by 
tics. Mits LowiLL 

„, ,. , .uv 1 L-i_ i'M Primitry School 

Should another match be made, which seems ^^ Mrs. Bctts 
^uite probable, there will be no difficulty in ^lL"'"'"i"'7 *^'''*' 
losing or winning money. On a former occa- 



them need be ashamed of their running quali 



•ion we believe " Calico" was the champion. 

Master Dan. Curtis of this city held the 
■'.rings of '* Calico," and Master Sam. Powers, 
of St. Paul, those of tiie "Indian." 



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BAR GES 



GOLD PENS 

and Holders, new style, for 
Ladies and Gentlemen. 



GAME BAGS at prices to suit every body. 

Shot-belts and Pouches, Powder Flasks 

of all sizes. 

Gun Wrenches, Eley's Double Water Proof 

central tire. Water-proof and Pistol Caps. 

Eley's lubricated Gun Wads. Wad cutters. 

Dog Whips aud Calls, Gun tubes. 

Wines and Liquors ! 

FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES— WAR- 
RANTED PURE. 
Brandy, Gin, Rum, Old Rye, Old Bourbon, 
Maderia, Port, Catawba, Claret, and 
Malaga Wines. A few baskets 
fine Imperial Champage. 

Painters' Sundries ! 

No. 1 White Lead, dry and in oil, 
as, 10, 6, & 1 lb cans. 
Red Lead in oil, same styles of cans. 
Also Zinc, put up in the same manner. 



These Drops are scientifically compounded' 
duid preparation, and better than any Pills, 
Powders, or Nostrums. Being liquid, their 
action is direct ana positive, rendering them 
a reliable, speedy and certain specific for the 
cure of nil obstructions and suppress ionsof 
nature. Their popularity is indicated by the 
tact that over 10<>,000 bottles are aunuallj 
■lold and consumed by the ladies of the United 
States, every one of whom speak in the strong- 
est terms of praise of their great merits. They 
are rapidly taking the place of every other 
Female Remedy, and are considered by all 
who know aught of them, as the surest, safest, 
and most infallible preparation in the world, 
.or the cure of all female complaints, the re- 
moval of all obstructions of nature, and the 
promotion of health, regularity and strength, 
explicit directions stating when they may be 
used, and explaining when and why they 
should not, nor could not be used without 
iroducing effects contrary to nature's chosen 
aws, will be found carefully folded around 
■!ach bottle, with the written signature of 
.foHN L. Lyon, without which none are genu- 
ine. 

Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 195 Chap- 
el Street, New Haven, Conn., who can be con- 
sulted either personally, or by mail, (enclosing 
■ttamp,) concerning all private diseases and 
female weaknesses. 
Sold by Druggists everywhere. 

C. 0. CLARK & CO., 
Gen'l Agents for the U. S. and Canada. 

.A. C-A.Iir>. 

Editor of Mefutetiger : 

In reply to many letters and inquiries from 
people in this section of the country, the un- 
dersigned take great pleasure in sayin through 
he columns of your paper, that our renowned 
preparation known as CO! S DYSPEPSIA 
CURE, is a certain care for Dyspepsia, in its 
worst stages. Many cases oi long standing, 
within our own acquaintance, have been com- 
pletely, and we believe permanently cured. 
It will stop distress after eating almost instan- 
tanewisly, and enables the dyspeptic who has 
lived for years upon Graham bread and the 
plainest diet, to cat as heartily as he pleases, 
and any thing he chooses, without danger of 
distress, or souring, or rising on the stomach. 
It is an infallible corrector of indigestion, and 
constipation, creates a healthy appetite, stops 
-(ick-headache, heart-burn, sickness at the 
stomach, pains, cramps, or colic in either 
stomach or bowels, and sweetens offensive 
breath, as soon as you take it, and by enabling 
the patient to take plenty of hearty food, 
" which is the parent of health," produces 
vitior, strength and energy. In every trial we 
have known it has speedily eradicated Dyspep- 
sia with all its attendant sufferings, weakness- 
es, debility and loss of power, giving, instead, 

a proper activity and tone to the stomach and 
organs of digestion, and as we confidently be- 
lieve, and as the published certificates in our 
circulars, almanacs, and in maqy of the lead- 
ing Journals, from convalescent patients will 
conjirm, completely, permanently, and almost 
miraculously " cure the worst case of Dyspep- 
sia in existence." We warrant it in every in- 
stance It can be obtained at all the Drug 
Stores in the United States and Canadas, at$I 
per bottle, or six bottles for |6. 

C. G. CLARK k CO., 
24 Proprietors, New Haven, Ct. 

FOR S.^LE. 



Tack Hammers, Tack Claws k "Tacks all sizes, chroroe and Paris Green, dry and in oil. 



Stillwater, Aug. 15, 1805. 



average 



attendance 



Whole numbei, 363 
S14, or 87 percent. 

W. HO tiCOMBE, Superintendent. 



For hire bv the dav, week or month, 
we 'will freight Wood, Staves, 
Posts, or other ma- 
t e r i a 1 

to any of the 
points on Lake Saint Croix. 

Stillwater, July 1, 1865— n4«-lT. 



And 



Snow fell fo • half an hour at PhLla- 
NcT CiucMBS.— Nut crackers are a Tory delphia on thf 5th iust. 
^convenient and useful implement at a dinner 

table ; but we could n«ver see their useful- Gen. Rous; eau, member of Con- 
nessina concert room. Most people who gress elect fro n Kentucky, ha.s writ- 
attend concerts, it is to be presumed, do so | ten a letter to the President approv- 
for the purpose of enjoying the entertainment, ing and endor ung the course ot L,en. 
Such being the e*8e. it is somewhat annoying 1 aimer. 



Coffee, Tea k Oravy Strainers. 
Jigger Irons. Can Openers. 

Dinner k House Bella. Brass Hooks 

Best Dixon Stove Folifih. Sad Irons 

Sad Iron Stands. 

Chopping Knives, Counter Scales 

Spring Balances and Steelyards. 

Shovels with Tongs and without. 

Halter Chains, Dog Chains, Dog Muzzles, 

DOG COLLARS— made of Chain, Brass 

and Leather. 
Charcoal Furnaces. Iron T Kettles, i>]\ sizes 

Iron Wire Cloth. Iron Pots (extra). 

Porcelain Kettles. Enameled sauce Pans. 

Bras? Kettles Cistern Pumps. 

Lead Pipe of every size. 

French Tinned Sauce Pans — 6 sizes. 

Toy Castors. Flesh Forks. Iron Spoons. 

Egg Beaters. Fly Screens, 

SPIDERS- ALL SIZES. 

Round pridles. Iron Tin'd Fry Pans. 

Baby R attles. 



FIISTSiTIDmiBMSnUffmB' 



STATE OF MTNNK90TA. WanhlDgton Oodoty.Dla- 
tr.ct Curt, First Judicial "i"*';i'^'-P';"'K*n",A!,° 
Blyke, Plaiiititl, againat Sarah B. Van fclyke, Veftna- 
ant. — Summona. 

The State of Minnesota to the above named defend- 
ant. Greeting : 

lU. S. Revenue Stamp, } 

\ 60 Cents. J 

You are hi-reby summon d and required i o answer the 

complaint of the plaintiff in the alwve entitled action. 

whlch<omplalnt is filed in the office ot the Clerk of the 

DiBtrict court of WaKhingtnn county, at the city of Btill- 

water. In said county and State, ami to serve a copy of 

your answer upon the Bul>«e ril«r at hi« office In the city 

•of Ha-tiniB, Dakota connty. State of Minnesota within 

thirty days after the service of thissummons up.)n yon, 

V^^.X(^:'L:CZ^^^>^^^^^^\ box ST0VES,PARL0R STOVES 

aid, tho plaintiff win apply to the oourt for the relief " 



Cook StoTe§, 

ALL SIZES. 
PARLOR COOK STOVES, 



in one pound cans. 
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue in Oil. 
Zinc Gloss, Copal, Furniture, Japan, Asphal- 
tum, White Demar, and No. 1 
Coach 7ami8lies. 
Linseed Oils, Boiled and Raw. Turpen- 
tine and Naptba. 

Jfiiscellaneous. 

Durkees and Burhett's Flavoring Extracts. 
Lubin's, Bazin's, Dupont's and Frat-gapiuna's 
Colognes and Perfumeries. Pomades, Hair 
Oil, Florida Water, Pink Sauces, Lily White, 
Rouge, Gilt Bottles, Fancy Colognes, Flags, 
Combs, Port monnaies, large and small pocket 
books. Pocket Knives, Shears, Scissors and 
Points. Stove and Boot Blacking. Peari-Bar- 
ley. Tapioca, Com starch. Slates and Slate 
pencils. Red, Black and Blue Ink. Bird cages. 
Brush Brooms. Fiddle and Guitar strings. Fly 
paper. 

TAR AND PITCH. 

The Lucesco Carbon Oil, the best oil that is 
manufactured, always on hand ; also Winter 
strained Lard, Whale, Lubricating and Fish 
OU. 



to be compelled to submit to the intolerably 
noisy nuisance of cracking nuts between a pair 
of jaws aa large as those ol the animal that Ba- 
laam trotted over the pUios of Moab. We 
would suggest that, hereafter on occasions of 
public entertainments, a recess ofhrlf anhour 
be given for the benefit of parties of pea-nut 
proclivities. 



KeceiptS ol Internal llevenue on been duly organised under and 

.. -i\. e C\ . *i<<iEii>-i:; menu of the Act of Cmitrens e 

the Oth ot Oct. were $1,465,11 <.4o. t ^u^fora Nitional Currency 



m A R R I c o 



CoxcKBT. — The Hall Brothers gave a con 
ce^t at Holcombe's Hall last Thursday er*- 
uing. Tbesinpng was '• some," 



On the 12th ol October, by the Rev. J. L. 
Howell. Col. El 'WIN A. FOLSOM and Miss 
FRANCES E. S 'APLES, both of tbisicity. 

By the same, in the 16th of October, Mr. 
SIMON MAYER of Hudson, \Yis., and Miss 
ELLEN MOOD\ , of Baytowu. 



TailSCBT DaPARTMIITf. "J 

Offlce of the Comptroller of the Currency V 
WasliinKt..n AiRUStOth 1865.) 
WHKREAS by satlsfattory eridence presented to the 
undt-migned. it has been made to appear that the First 
National Bank of Stillwater in the City of Stillwater In 
the County of WashinKton and State of Minnesota has 
it according to the re quir- 
entitled " An Act to pro- 
seoored by a pledge of 
ifnUed States bonds, and to proTlde for ttie circulation 
and re<l.-mption thereof approved June 8r<l 1S«4. and 
has compliedwith all the prorisions of said Act required 
tai be com: lied , with before commencing the business of 
Banking under said Act. 

NOW TH8KP0RE I. Kreeman Clarke Comptroller of 
the Correiicv, d.> hereby certify th it "The Kirst Na- 
tional Bank .If Stillwater in the City of SlIMwatrr in the 
Connty of Washington and Slate of Minnesota is auth- 
orized to Commeuco the busloeas of Buikl=g under the 
act aforesaid. 

IN TESTIMONY WHERKOF witness my hand and 
Seal of olBce thi^< 9lh day of Ancust IftSR. 

FRKKHAN CliARKB. 
CoBl'troUer of ihe Currency. 



demanded In thu said complaint. „,,..« 

L. VAN SLYCK. Att'y for Plaintiff, 
B"sidanoe Hastlogi, MlnnesoU. 
Datcl July 90. 1S«5.— tS 



SHEET IBOM. 



Connected with our store we hare a .-« „. .. ^ 

yj Washington. 

TK' ,. m o J r;^^.,^4^nin I the matter of the Estate of 

FirSt-ClaSS BOda r OUnlain I ,ate of said county deceased 



The premises lately occupied by the subscri- 
ber as a residence, comprising four lots, dwell- 
ing house and out-building. There is on ex- 
cellent cistern at the door. The premises we 
well situated, and contain a variety of fruit and 
ornamental trees, currant bushes, ke. 

For terms apply to Chas. J. 'Butler, Esq., at- 
Butler k Dodd's Warehoust;, Stillwater, or the- 
undersigned at St. Paul. 

s. J. R. McMillan. 

Stillwater, Sept. 1865.— 8-6t 

JVhiskers, IVhiskers^ 

Do you want Whiskers or Moustaches? Our' 
Grecian Compound will force them to grow on 
the smoothest face or chin, or hair on bald; 
heads, in Six Weeks. Priee fl.OO. Sent br. 
mail anywhere, closely sealed, on receipt ot 
price. Address 
WARNER k CO., Box 138. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

■ — - . ^m, 1 ■■■<r- 

GUARDIAN'S SALE.— Pursuant to an or- 
der of the Probate of Ramsey county^ 
Minnnesota, licensing me to sell certain reaP 
estate, — 

Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day 
of October. 1866, at 12 o'clock M. of that day 
on the following described premises in the' 
town of Woodbury, in the county of Wash- 
ington, and State of Minnesota, I will sell at 
public auction, to the highest bidder for cash^ 
the following described real estate, situate 
and being in said town of Woodbury, to wit j 
The southwest quarter (J) of section elevetf 
(11) and the north-east quarter (i) of the 
north-west quarter (J) of section fourteen (14) 
township twenty-eight (28) range twenty-one^ 
(21). About one-half of said property is fenc 
ed and under cultivation, and there is a goo>4 
house, barn and out-building and a wdl of 
water, on said premises. 

SIMON POWERS, Guardian, 
Dated, St. Paul, Aug. 29, 1865.— nl St 
The above sale is postponed until Saturia/ 
the 14th day of October, 1866. 

. »^ , "* 

^TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY 0* 
O Washington, m.— In Probate Co«rt.— Id 

John Messlnger, 



T^OTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP. 

ARUL KLnRinOB. W. R. CORNMAM 



Thimbles. Camp Kettles, (all sixes.) 
Iron Pot Covers. 

WOODEN WARE 



Sheet 



Russia Pipe, Common Pipe, Round Russia I ^^^ ,^^j^ ^j, ^^^^ ^i,o ^^nt a O O O D 
Elbow, Square do.^coinmon do. Sheet Iron ^^^^ ofSoda to give us a call. 

BoUled Soda by the dozen or gross. 

The above comprises a partial list of our 

stock, whloh we offer at 

living figures. 

Thanking the public for past favors, we re- 



,^, ^ , ... Large and small Churns, 8 hoop pails. Wash 

The undersigned having this day entered in- 1 Bq,^" ;vi^ sieves. Wooden Bowls, all siaes. 
to copartnership, invito the public to their j ^^^^^ Buckeu, Rolling Pius, Potato Mashers, 

general assortment of Sutionery and Fancy ^^^,^ Brushes, Cutter Ladles, Faucets, new \ -j^ctfully solicit a continuance of the same 
Goods, at their News Depot on Main street. . ,. • .- i a....<>o.o... !«.<. ifai. i v^ ' 



ELDRIDGE k CORNMAN. 
Stillwater, July 29, 1865— n47 



|-^ A. BROOKS, 

Physician and Surgeon. 

OFFICE IN FOLSOMS BLOCK. 
I Taylors Falls, Minn. 



T£Bfll8 €/kSi. 



style, all sizes. Lemon Squeesers, Ice Mal- 
lets, Ice Picks, Butter Prints. Large Spoons, i 
Brooms, BaskeU, Wheel Barrows, 

And other things too numerous to raention. 

All of which can be found at the ttoreof , (j Aj\ JL/l & KjKJ* 

LAKE HOUSE BUILDING, 



WM. M. CAPRON. 



n36 



Main Street Stillwater, Min. 



Upon reading and filing the petition orf So- 
phia Mesrilnger of said county, widow of John 
Messinger, late of said county deceased, pray- 
ing that letters of aduiinigtrition opoii the es- 
tate of said deceased may issue td Jos''i»H E. 
Schlenk, of said county. 

It is ordered that Said application be beard 
and determined before mf at nly ofHce In th* 
citv of Stillwater, in said county, on the Bth 
day of November tiext, Rt 10 o'clock P. M. of 

that day. . * . . ... 

And it Is further oi-deted, that notice ofaaid 
application and hearing be given to all personb 
interested in said estate, by publishing a copy 
of this order foi three successive weeks prior to 
Said day of hearing. In the Stillwater Mt—tmger, 
a weekly newsjiftpci published in the said coun- 
ty of Washington. 

HOLLIS R. MURDOCK, 

Jndge of Probate. 

Dakil, Stillwater, Oct. 11, 1865. 













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Store, 



Pashionable Jewelry 

IkllUU STRtSr, it. PAlL. 



Tbe ladies and giiulnnon of St. Paul and 
vicinitt are inviud to call and examine tlie 

laRgV.st axp choicest ASSORTMKNT 
Ot ."*vw Slyl*"* of JfW«'liy, 

W'a<c7«-<, ( iVA>, SUccr Hart, /'/.<'«/ »'"•'. /.''" 
>no*Hl (;«.-i^ .Si/w-r V><. ^.^<--. Ca>lor», UUt 

'liiHg :Up*rUiHi,>^ to a first i/a.« 7«uW-y ^"^r. 
Mv -oods wcie purchased exclusively tor 
cash from the !:irge.-it wholesale houses lu th.- 
Union auJ are tor ^.tile at I'ue 

Vll go<xl« warranted preciM'lv as represent 
ed Ca#h paid for old j;old and Vilver. A tul! 
supply of WATCU MATERIALS always on 
hand. 



*Aaent for :^th ThooMw' Clocks, also agent j w hf sc 

^ nw uw 



for till- lel-lMMted 

I'anieuKr attention paid to repairing every 
, Kription of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry 
.. the best possible manner. \\ e manuUclure I 
kinds of , 

HAIR WORK, 

Or auv other pattern of Jewelry, tc, in our 
line. 'All work will l-e done VonipHv in a 
workni:inlike numner, »"'» ,»J'^JJ„^*^,. J" , ."^ 
VNY OTllF.R FSTABLlSHMKNf IN TH1^ 
SECTION OF THE COUNTRY. All order, 
by letter or otherwise will receive proi.ipc at- 

^AlTkind'sofnew wheels and new parts of 
tne Tfauh manufactured »6r the trade at rea- 
sonat>^e disct»unt. 

Sioie in (jreenleafs Block, opposite Concert 
Uall,n^ear the Post Ottic...^^^^^^^^,^^^^ 






^OFFICIAL.) 

SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS. 

In pursuance of law, I, Cl..»rje» Mcllralli. 

Comnii.-sioner of the State l.a nl t)t«ce ot th. 

~;tate of Minnesota, do here >y declare am 

„ake known that a public *aK> o» ^chool 

I Land-i will be held in the undern.eutiomd 

j -ountv at the time and place hercmatter des. 

I i'.;nated, to wit : 

\V.\SniNGTON COUNTY. 

! AT 3T1LI.W.\TER. 8\TCUDAY OCT. iSth, l*f8. 
; The followinK descriN d tr«cH .t i ♦rc.U of lund. Tl» : 

DENMARK-TOWN 27, R.WOE ii\ 

V»rtofS.c. Sec. A, d V;il. \»l.I.n- 

Uwnw Ifi Prairie 15 tH" 

I „^ ^,^ . 1« do 5 00 

1 uw se 1<5 do 7 00 

COTTAGE GROVE-TOWN 37, RANGE 21. 

uene 16 r>-»"« t5 IK) 

16 " S 00 

16 •' 5 UO 

36 •* 8 00 

3t5 limber 10 00 
S6 " 10 00 

86 " :o 00 

36 " 8 UO. 

XFTON— TOWN 28, LANGE 20. 
whfso 1*^ rr.iirii *5 00 

WOCDBURY-TOWN H, RANGE 21. 
16 Prairie i* ^'^ 



[ in :,i\ months thereafter, with iulercst at bcv 
! .n per e.nt. per annuni, 

The ollerint,' of said lands will commenr. 
i at 10 o'clock *. M., at the u.-uul plaeo ol hold 
; intr court, on the .lay ipecified. and wdl pro- 
! cetd in the order in which they are advert.se.l. 
until all are offered No sale will be kepi 
' open lon^'er than one day, and no lands wil 
|besolde.ccptatp«ldlc..Us^^^^^^^^ 

Commissioner State Land Office. 



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TO THE DICTIONARIES OK GREEK 

AND ROMAN ANTltiUITIES, 151- 

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Sitice Sir Wiiiter lUleigh » .laced lii-. imprM onment io 
tht Tower by t^e composition of liis ' Ulstory of the 
WorM. ' the Lite-nluri. of Eiii,'liud \\i\st nevt-r achieve.1 
the v.ork w.i.h he left untiuijheU. Tt..-re have tK^i. 
"UuivirsalUUtories," from the bilk of an incvcl pe- 
dia I.O Uie m.st m asre outl.ue, in which th- »uuals ot 
•act! ii»ti..a .ire *v.:vrately recordL-d ; but without ao at- 
terai.t to tr»ce the atoiy of Divmo Pr..viaeucu «ud hu- 
maii pmgreas in ""e cumieclol immtive. It U pro- j ^^ gw 
D.)!H!.l <o sui.ply this w»iil bv ;» w..rk, o>iiil«-nifd rnongh 
t.i keen It within a rensouable sixe, bui yet s-. lull »» I.. 
be free fn.m the buldness ol an e|.it.me. Th.- lit rstiir.- 
cf li-rmany abounds in histi.ry.— such a* ih.>»« -f Mul 
ler Sk-Sil..»~ r. K »ii v.n Rott.-.-k, Uuui-k.-r, and otliris,— 
-prove the ■leiiiand for snch » bot.k, and 
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BRILLIAXT, £JSy SIIIXIXG, 
Leather Prewrviiig 

BLACKING, 

A Comp«»sition of 

NEAT'S FOOT OIL 

AND 

PURE IVORY BLACK. 

Impartincr to BOOT and 
SHOE LEATHER the soft- 



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"IS ye.uri ctllili-'hed in N. Y. City. 
" Onlv ir.fallild.' r.-mt'dies known." 
" Free from Poisons." 

" Not dangerous to the Unman Family." 
" Rats come out of their holes to die." 

QOSTAR'SRAT, R0ACh7&C. EXTERMINATOR 

!■> a p««te — u»ed for Rtitii. 
iliit, Hi'Uihtt BUuk iind 
Rid Ant*, itc, dtc, tic. 

*' COSTAK'S" BED BIG EXTERMINATOR 

la a liquid or wiuih. used to 
destroy, and .'\Ik<i uk a pie- 
veiilive for Ucd-Dutrs, tc. 

COSTAR'S ELECTRIC POWDER FOR INSECTS, 

In for Miitlia. MnnqnitotJi, 
t\>'u,i. n>'il-Uui:i, lu^i'Ct^ on 
Plant'-, Fowls, Animal*, ftc, 

jy Sold by all Druggists and retailers everx 

where. 
J^! ! : BEWARE ! ! ! of all worthless iraita 
1 tinns. 

^See that " Costar's" name is ou each box. 
Uoltle, ami Fbisk. In-fore von huv. 
^^^^^ ^^ . IIEI.'VRY k.<'0»T%R. 

iiess and pliancy ot KID — , lyPrincipai dkpoi, 48JBKo.xnw..v, n. y 

1-1 -..i V *V ♦l.^l lySoldby CARLI& CO. 

while with one-+ourth the ^^^ ^„ ^^^^^^ ^,^j p^^,^^^ .^ stiiiw«tcr, 

labor usually employed in , Mmnoot.. 

the applications of the or- , 18 6 5. 

dinary Blackino;s, itproduc- increase ub' kats.— The Far 

^« TTT lil 1 Y^/r A Vi ,1/- »'f'« Ouzettt (Enulisli) asserts aii.l 

EL GLOW'S, equalled only , ,,111 have a pn-jreny Miid cle^fendants in 
bv Patent Leather. 'e-^s than 051,050 in three yeavs. N..W 

•^ I unless this iiniiieiisc fmiily can be kepi 

Sold 
GRO 



I unless this iiniiieiisc fmiiiy can be kepi 

1 + "P 4- '1 \w oil I down, thev w>ul«J fonstime ni.«re food 

Cl at Iveiail Oy »ll } jj^ .^ would sustain 65,000 hiirnaii beings. 

CERS AND SHOE ^^^^See " Costak's" advertisement in 



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even those ureal w.TKS ikr- soiiie»h;it <l'fl<ieiit in tlx«t 

organic unity wUich is il»e cluef .liui ol tliia " History 
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Orders received by Amer- 



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1865. 



ILLCOX &rilBBS 

NOI8ELE8S ■ _~~ yAMlLY 

!illfllll_ 

W'tLSTITCH. HEM. PKll, Tit K, COBD, BIND 
BltAID. QUILT AND EMBROIPKK BEAUTIFULLY 

It wilt wktb th. pi'^BMT dmhII. aDtl thr*Aii, rua from perfect work 
OB tbo Hll^.l N«iii*>ok. or.r the heerletl be»ver rlmh und co«« 
kiJe, with ixichinjeof BoKlle, lhre«d "r teneioo. II will oiecotrM 
coOon Uii.o, .Ilk en.! twine, ll ruoi .••ler, fi4«ler end •uller th»» 
>ny olVot merhiiie. 11 fnrine * del, even end eleetlc eeein, differ- 
log ftuiii eeery olli.t eliu-h. «*cb Iwp belnf Twiiiio by mesoe al 
THE 'ROTA-TIISTO HOOIt,» 

»nddrawiiif the Iwlel Into Ihe doode.thue eecurely feiUiilng every 
•lilrh, 10 lh»l the Weill will t>e»r lu be cut et freuuenl inlerveU, eod 
lo that raeo «»eo, Ibe eeam le werreDUid NOT TO RIP in wew, 
and under ell clreameuncee to "eurvive the weehtub." Ol.l, woro 
out feinily iferin.nu. buemiie, penU. dreeeee, 4r., heee b««u eeb- 
lullted lo f\.ii..utll.-«e HI KAIR-4 where wm the ok«4T«»t COM. 
retiTl. •. end lu THIS STITCH premiunie here been «w«r,l.d for 
luSL'llilllORITY, DURABILlfY.ICI.A»TlClTV.ndBeAi;TT. 
A Helentr,! Deri.e pr.venU th- po«ibilily "( the uieihine Oemj 
on in ihe wruiiR dlrecUun, or the bul.nce wkMi evtr wii»rlBC»r 

louchlDK the drvM. 

THE NEEDLE CANNOT BE SET WRONG. 

Tbue 4v..i.l»i-g th. ureiit troubl. of other mfcchlnee 

NO BKCAKING OF NEEDLES. 

The blade of the BMiUe U lM> Ihu thno (uuxtlu oi u> loch long, 

ftnd la etralght. 
1 THE HEMMER AND KELLEBCAN NE\ER BESET WRONQ. 
1 Any onemay a<<jiut Ibemin TH» Di«». The hem may be of any 
I width. N.I ulh.r hemm.rur f.lWrli like tble. It turlie .be btui OD 
' ihe rlich. or undwr 4ide e. vtiu went it. 

IT WILL NOT IHtllP .STITCHES. Al the needle le alway* 

Kl rl^t, the blade ehort aaJ .iralihl, does Qui vibrate, Uke longar 
I onee. 

I 111. run by elMm al 8000 •llithee per minute— otbu i 
j •tanly4iJ0 »< IVUO, wilbutl.ly. The) ar* 

I Manufarlurcd with Matbcmiitlcal Pre cistoii, 

Henteeach pan liinlrrch«Mi.'r«l.!« end can be readily raplai-rd iB 
eaee of arrldent. The inachmetaui.il be ailjuited heiire will not 
getoutof onlrr. 11 will lael a i<,-iier«lii.n,if prop..rly cared Cob 
Hone who have oeeil It can be p«r.uad«cl Ui ueeany other. 

The roun.lneat. eveunce.. durability and Mauly r.Dii.litcb 

WTKUK WEVRR BQVAI.EU. 

lu RAPIDITY. ««Slll.lJTKSTILLNE.SS, EAbE OK .MOTION, 
■arrownaei and iiealneeeof lu HtM and Kai-i. were NF.VER AP- 
PROACIIKDtv any other macblnc. We can call io any boy ur girl 
from the «trn.r, luiii with three niinnlee inetruclioii they will eel ihn 
needle aluch ihc lleuimer, or Feller, and do the work wllh entlr* 

The ratal unlverully pronounca thli the Bur F.MiLr Sewing 
Machine In Ih,^ wurM. Whatever tii. meriu of lb. other machlDei, 
It le no di.peiantii'enl to lay the Willcoi A .iibbe il worth, for 
family mw, double that of unv other ever offered to the public. 

Iirv-aived tbe Uold Medal of the American ItuUtuia— the SiA 
praniiuni for 

**THE BEST SEWING MACHINE." 

•t Ihc great >ew fcn/lainl Kiiir — lh« XVrtnotit Su»tr W.\t — tba 
P«nniylv»iHBSt«t« t»ir— ih» InJiina Siau Kair — «ii.H 31 oth*r 
FtntPr«iiiiuiiii«t the nMCtlnirtorMwrhauiral and ScUntitic SocltUct 
^1 o»«r th« world. «r« »ni<'nr it» tropKiM in 1864. 

ItlSBOWthfGreatLendlnK Family Serine MacblB« 
ALL OVER THE WORLD. 

PHce ot Maibiuee, with bemuier, lellvr, gauge, oil can, altla 
aaadlei, full diretlloni, Ac, from %ii lo »1 iO. 

Barnum'H Self.Scwrr. for all Hewing Machines, 

flnW" lb. w.rk iteelf.avoidinK.he bent poelure andilralnoD the ey«. 

Pnc.MI.&O. Large Diecount lo Agi^uli 

Welak. "lli.rinfcbineein eiihange. Wewill OlL.ConoK.altH 
TwieT and N .loia* for every kin.l of wwing machine. 
I AOENTS WANTED— Terinlloaienti, lew ri|itive circular an« 
fMclluen. of work .cir. free I'V mall, oo reccipl of rlariip, 'ir had ON- 

L. COEMELL & CO., Gen'l Ag'ts, 

IW Lake Street. CHIIAGU. lUL 

Agi-ikt tor iTliiiiiefcola. 



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LUID EXTRACT BUCH 

' Iio.illve .itKl r\wr.V.\c '.XTC.-.'.y lor ilUcuscS of !:■ 
.adder. l.l.!i. y , Cravcl ..d n.-l.-I-.l ►«- 
TUU MeCk-nc ln<Te..£C8 tho i.oTre-..of rtiecRtk-' 

cites tuo al..orV,cr.t« Uto hccHi.y =ctloa.ty v.vV 

■-.tcrof c=lc=rco-.3 C'i>c^ii'-<=«- ' =<* '"If-rrlm. 

•i^cmciits c-o rc.-.xc.:. r.B y:C.\ as p:;'-" ^i-"* '•nL.tiEm.. 

.i^U cooti fo"" lacTi, T.-o:ncn r.n.i <"..: ^.rcn. 




lo;, of ri-.-..cr. 
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HZLMBCLD'S EXTR\CT B'JCIIU. 

• rwtaUnesau rising frovi E^c.>.*.*pfi. HaMts of 1)< 
■,, i:;:r'.r iLiU-crc-llo-l. mtcndwa v/ili lUo to. o 

• riow;: 
iii.i^po: lllon to rr.c!r".oi, 

Lo'j3 01 ' .sncir. 
T.'ea'.i: ciTCS, 
Uorror of J.MocaLi!, 
Dlamcij of Vi-ion, 
IIol iruada, 
l:rrn ■••■'••^ CioTila, 
I nivcr..-i ... J:!ic-..t, 

T;e-e si i.4.>''<^-^^ At '••«*^; »;■' ' *^ '^° °^ •*"■ ~~ "' ' 

■ -. !..• -..I 'ill' rcrayvrjti.w;-!.! foU'rv— 

r.v-t.':y. f.--.:.. i lie r:v,i. fto., 

,.30 ot ■ '.i-ti *!.> p«.lcat bnay .-rpIiB. ' 4' 
y are----; i.<.-.;u--uily foIlu.-:'J t:^ ti*-"- -'-- 

■**'•" i:c.v:tttt a>'d cocRUMmo '? 

■ -~nr r.ro liv.arc of f.iccuUiC of t*.ie*.r*-.-.rrrr;.-. ;,^-; 
lr:onfe!8. "Hio icoor '.■.cf ;■.; In-.r.nc v1"=i;;t. 
.:i ic::o;7 rttia-vhJ Ii/coMU j'.p ioil C:iru:ipl3 \rV.i.. 
• tru:".i lit tlioCMCr im. 

■;o Cor.Brilution, onr-. ' ' •! ' o.iu.'aTcat- 
■.i.tat'jebiaof in.--' ' i .;g-fiev^i «T-a»av':; 

'--::cm,r.-u:cuni::-.-:: - ..zr:':x- ■ <i-- v- 

•i- :; tloca. Atrtiilv.iacoti':uc.ci.rouiosli»ccpav. 



BLOOD! BLOODl TCLOODl 
Heliiil>old.'s 

BianLT coFonmiATXD ocaacnrm 

FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA, 

Forpar:frir.s the ^''>f^^f^';,^\::^ 
ISouBl dlscs«e» arlHhis from an «»»?f^^ * „ ,^«1t for Uio 
and the only reliable an,l effectual ^"^^J^^^ZL 
cure of Scrofula. EcaW Head. Bait r^=°°',J!™J ^ 
Gweninea of the Eo=c». riccratloas of th^ V^\^ 
Leg.. Elofcbe8.nn:?'.cs on tho Face. Tett«. trn»pel«. 

tad all scaly Ernpiloiia oi the Skin, 

i3C» BEArTIFXIX*TnE CO M TTi K T l Oar. 

yO T A FE W 

of the worst fliwrdera tint «^";t »*«*^* oT^ifrS^ 
corniDtion tbat iicctuaulii es m Uic Llood. Of »11 U»e <U»- 
coTwdhltliavo been made to purse Uont.t»onec« 

sIrLuiXA. It cities snd rcnoyatc. tJ*" I^l^o^-l^fJ?" 

i^c^^of becllh luto lUe system, end purges out th. 

U^oTs wMcb malre disease. It stlmulste. ^^^'^^ 

functions of the bodj.acd cxpelsthe <ll»;'<l«"''^^^f~* 

audranlilclu tho blood. Eucn a remedy that could ba 

relied on has long been .ot:ght for. and now fortie fl«t 

llao tb. public l:avo one on which they '«" *=»««^ °" 
P°ce here ac>e=nottidmitof certificates toshowueftct.. 

b:t tho trial of a slnglo bottle will show o tho sick that U 
ha3 its virtues surpassing nnythmg they have ««^t^°: 
Two tableepoonsful of the Extract of barsaparlUa added 
toaptotof waterlseq-aalto the Usbonrict Drink^ 
ono bottle IB fUlly cqn .1 to a gallon of the Eyrup Of BMt*' 
parlUft. or the dococtiou as usually made. 




ican Advertising Agency,^ kats vfrsM^ Bin DS.— Whoever en- 

Odfi lCr..w1,ivair Vnv«r Ynrlr i gages in bh.Hiliiif; small birds in a criu-l 
389 brOaclVVay AeW lUlK t;,J„ v^h..ever aids in exlerminati.it. 
ASD WHOLESALED Al THE J/.4.V6- , ^^,^ j^ ^ beiiefacl.ir. We sh..uld like 



FACTL'JiEirs DkPOr, 

154 KeaJeSl., Xeic York. 



tats is a beiiefaclnr. We should like 
some tif our corrtspotidents to jjive Uf> 



FimE k ra's 




HELMBOLD'S ROSE WASH, 

An excellent Lotion for diseases arislne from bablU of 
dissipation, used Jn connection with the Extracts Bucka 
.ad Earsaparllla, in sueh diseases as recommended, tri- 
.enco of tho most responBlble and reliable character will 
accompany the mt>dlcints. Also explicit directions for 
u-e. with hundreds of lhow.anas living witnesses, and op- 
wards of 30.000 unsoUeilort certltlcates and recommend*- 
tory letters, many of which ore from tho highest aources, 
inclnding eminent rhysicians, Clergymen.Etateemen. tx. 
The IToprietor has never resorted to their publication »n 
the nc^Bpapem ; he does not do this from the fact that hla 
articles r.'.ii:: as St-ndard Preparations, and do not need 
to be propped up by certlflcates. 

1 he science of Medicine, like Ihe Doric Column, should 
Btand .imp'.e.pure. m=vjestlc. baring Tact f°' »*^ 
XnducUoa for Its pillar, and Truth olone for lU CaplttU 



In many alTecllocs ico-aliar lo Feianlcs, tl.c rxrr.AC 
C-.c.:- U uac-L.uaiO.l hy v.iiy other remedy, und for a. 
complaints lacldc.t to the cex, or in tho 

WiCLUJE OR CHANCE OF LIFE, 
gjy See SYi:rro;:3 aiio\-e. 
No ramily ehenW bo without It. 




—IMPRUVED- 



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mrwh'leraw, Iikfthat ..r.aet. m-pHiraie I ™,,,,rv o^ CiVr.P 90 

,l..a..u.int,Hmi.iaie,;ii..li.uen.l." That | jjXlLLiW.iTEK— TOWN 30, RANUt. 20. 
• my «eprop..-«-. 1-. foil..*, from it:. l>.-!f.r.m..i: ill the «- , Prairif *8 00 

"rtJ recurds. anil from the dawn of ci»iliit«ti"t. In the ' se se "' » "'"* 

E»,t -through the ani..>-*»ive Ori.-nU' IJ^iI-ir.'*.- the ] Q^jEESnELD— TOWN 



»Di- liuraliire in llrvr...- .unl K..ni-.— »h.- ihHiiip- which ' no nc 

ua,j.-.l.nef Ih'- f-ice jf the w..rUl «hen th.-li;.'ht of Olitis- j ,nv „« 

tamtv ^prunuxp.— the-riuin «i..l hist i.ppearam-.- ot . 

tho-t-"l'»rl>ari»n !».-»•» tihicli overthr.-w Lo ii.Hvoious of i '"' •"- 

Ihe R luai' Empire.— i.nn.ils of th.- StiU-i. which r..»e on SO ue 

th • Kinpirt- :. iiuua inclulin-.; the pietiiie»qne .Jetml* ot I „e nW 

iii,-.litv;a hi>torj,.»u.l the Memly pr..!!i.»s oti... I-..' Ub- 

eriy iift.1 riviliaation.— and »heext.-n-i..n ofth- e i;t!u- 

entrt. bv discuvi-ry, i-..n.ine»l c..loiiiz»ti..n an! v' ns- 

tian luiisiou*. toth.T-uu.tisirvitu.iii.if Ihi- en: ' . 1 

wiir.1. a* *eparttie liistur'e!' r. a.-ct thi- ilefich 1 

huui.iu actiiiiiaud sutl..riD!f;. ouniinik- V.hr fi • . -w 

thf -evi^ral part.-, which nsKamlly fr'.ni .me ^r. f.i " .K-. 

muvinst onwi.rU. ihkIt th.- Kni.lance .f Div n I'mri- 

desi' <■• to the unknown end orUai-ied lu the Divine p«ur- 

** So pain* 'vill be »p«r><l to make this history scfioUr- 
like insulrttant.- an.l pvpuli.r in»tyl-. It will V-e l:..uii.l.<l 
on tbe lK-*l autboritier', am-ieit mid m.il rii. original 
and »cooud .ry. Tl..- va-t pr..«r.-^s reerufj ini«U ii. 
hi-C.i.ical au.l .Tili.iil invi-slisulions, th.- ir-ull* ob- 
laioe.i from th" iiiodfin scieuco ot coiiipiirative philoh^ 
gv. anil tlie.li.-wjovt-riea which have laid open new iourc- 
ei of itironiiKtioii ci.iiceriitni: the Ka«t. ilT.r.l >uch faeil- 
Itiea w. to make t*e present aflt epoch f.r "Ui urdetlak 

Tha work will betnTlileil into !hr'-e Peri.«lsei<-h com- 
pleti- in ilseiC and will form Eislit V.jIniueB in Demy 

0*ctavo. , 

|_ ^jClg:iT Histi^ht, Sacred and 8<'cular: from the 

Creiiliou to th- Call of the Western Empirv in A. 
I). *'6. Two VoiuineK. 
n_XrOiKtfVL Hi-iT^ar, CWil .v.d E.<-Ie!«ia»licHl ; 
from the Fall .-f the Wenlem Empire to ihi- tak- 
in'i ol Cm-iantinople hy the Turks, ia A. D. 
14M. Two Voltiiueti. 
111.— M.>i>«h:« IIi.-tort, from the Full -'f the Byxantine 

Empire to oitr own Tiiues. Four Voluni.n. 
It will W pnhli.-i>e<l in ^ v..U., Svo. Price in cloth 
|:i..-i<) i>er volume. Sh.ep. *I.5J. Halulf Morocco, #5. 
V'h me 1 now tvailv. 

AOE.NTS WANTKUin ALL PARTS of the COfNTRY. 
ADuUOMtioiu sli-.r.M h.- niolent ••m-e to the Publuherit 



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Roofing 

In Rolls ready t'> nail down. 

Roofing 



some OI our corrtsuonueiiis u» j;ivc ur> ^.- , «» v» «w mm 

! the benefit of their experience in driving g}gWSE<& IMik^ifiHfiiill 

loutthebe ptsts. We need soiiiethinu . , ,, 

;, ., .. ^ . ,. , .n u „ Thfi crcat.-st ininrovoinent vet 111 the bcwiii}; 

t>eside8 dojis. oats and traps for this bus- 
iness. — Scieiilijic American. 

>^"^StB "CIistak's" advertisement 



Costing less than half as much as Tin 

Eoofing 

More durable than Tin. 

Roofing 

Suitable for steep f>r flat roofs. 

Roofing 

Not injured b) heat or cold. 

Roofing 

Easily and rapidly applied. 
The most of the mateiials employed 
in the construction of this Roofing, havi 
been used in various w.iys 



in this p-»per 

1805. 

"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINA 

TOR issimfile, safe and sure — the most 
perfect Rat ification meetinj; we have ev- 
er attended. Every Rat that can gel it, 
properly prepared according to direc- 
tions, will eat it, and every one that eats 
it will die, generally at some place as 
distant as possible from where the med- 
iv'ine was taken.— ZaAe Shore, Mich., 
Mirror. 

See " Costar's" advertisement in this 
paper. 

I860. 

ITOUSEKEEl'ERS troubled with 
vermin need be so no l.mger, if ihey use 



The greatfst imiirovoiiient jet in the Scwiii}; 
Machine art. A curiosity worth seeing. 

Please send for circular with sample of sew- 
ing. 

These Improved Machines save oh « hundred 

PER CKST. of Thread and Silk, and make the 
LOCK STIC II alike o.» both sides. 

They require no in-truction to operate per- 
fectly, except " the printed direction 

No change in sewing from one kind of goods 
to another 

And no taking apart to clean or oil. 

Our NEW Manufactory is now com 

plete, with all its machinery and tools entirely 
new, and is already rapidly tur-^ing out Ma 




Take DO Ealsam.Jfercurr.or nBplcofcant meillclns foi 
onpleasant aa.l ilaagtrons »'J;oaiCS. 

.■ — ,.■... i- ■ TT'PTn'TPnTT 

iiiiLiiiJUiiiJ l) LAiUAoi liuuxiU 

Cures Secret D-ioisca 
In all thetr BtRs;ns lllUe cipcnse, little or no chance ol 
dlel.noincoovoDlnncr.aartKO EXPOSUKli. 



i:y Extract ParBsparilla Is a Elood Pnrlfler ; my rztrKt 
Bnchu l8 a tinrellc, tcil ttHI cct cs snch in all cases. 

Eoth ore prepared on pcrcly sclcntiac principles— <i» 
tcciio— &Ld liro tUo BOjt tc'.lve mcasnres of either that 
can bo made. A ready and conclneivo test will bo a com- 
par'.;;oa of their prcperUes with those set forth In tie toU 
lOTTlug works: 

Ecs r;:pc=rato.'r of tlio TTnltcd States. 

Eca Trofossor DEwtrs' valuable works on tbe Fractles 
of n:r!:'.c. 

Bco rcaarks mode by the celebrated Dr. Phtbic, PWU. 

Ceo rcsisrta r-iauo hy Er. ErnBAiM McDownx, a cele- 
tratcd rh7Eiclin nail Kcabcr cf tho Eoynl College of 
Carscons, Ireland, cad pohllshcd In the TransacUons ot 
the nins and Qnecn's Journal. 

£ce Kedlco-Chlrnrcical F.cvicw. published by Bxaj'S 
TBiVEES, Tellow of tho r.or::l t o'.'.egc of Burgeons. 

Seo most of tho Itte sianr'.ard works on Uodlcia*. 





vermin iieet< t>e so no lou^n, u i!icjr uac 

" Costar's" Exterminator. We have j chines which for BEAUTY and PERFECTION 

used it to our satisfaction ; and if a box 

eo»;t fij we would have it. We have 



•ofing, have >f\^.,\ puisoiis, but they effected nothing; '"'"'-■ »" *''* 
fur roofing I, „i '• C.istar's" article kiioeks the breath x. Jj.— ' 
PS, and our I ,,„i i,f iJats, Mice, Roaches and Bed- 



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1). AeVLEToN * Co., 
♦tl .t 445 Bn>ii'l<vBy . N w York. 



MORTGAGE FORECLlJ^LUE — Wherea.-' 
dohiult has been nia.lc in ilie piiyinentot 
the money secured l\v a eertain luortga-^e exe 
cuted bv WillKini McKuVick of Washington 
couiitv, Minnesota, to Andrew Mai-key of Al- 
ton in said county and ^tate, dated the 
V.ith day of February a d. 18o'.>, which sa^d 
niort'^age was recorded in the office of the 
Re};i.rt.T of Deeds ol the county of Washington 
mfore.-tald in book F ot mortgages, on page 44 
•in the iJth day ot February a. d. 1859, at 10 

a. M. 

And wheroas the said im-rtgage was on the 
IHlh day ofSeptei-ber, A. D.. IStlS. by the 
?a»d .Viidrew Mackey, duly sold and as.tigiied 
to one John Mclvusiek of said county which 
said assignment bears date on that dav, and 
was recorded in the otlice of the Register 
ol Deeds in and for said county of Wasiiiiiglon 
on the 19th day of September. 18«."), in book 
G of mortgages, on pages 41*6 and 4".»7. 

The aiiKiuiit c'.iiimetl to be and in»w due on 
said murlg.ge at tiie time ot tlie fii>t piitdica- 
lion ot this notice is the sum of tod'i 8.^. 

Now theietore n.itice is hereby given that 
by virtue of the power of sale confined in 
said mortgasre, an.l in pursuance of the statute 
In snch ca.*e nin.le and provide.l, the said 
mortgage will be fornelosed l»y the -"ale of ihe 
premises in sai.i niort(rage d.s.ribed, at puli.'ic 
auction, bv the Stieriff of sai.l county at the 
offiee of the SheritT in the city of Stillwater, 
countv of Washington, Minnesota, on the first 
day oi November a. d. 1865, at 12 o'clock 
noon on said .day. 

The premises described in said mortgage are 
*.- fo'lows, viz: 

The n e J of section number nine (9) 
in township ^aol thirty north 
twerty-one west in the 
ject to .-ale at Stilhvale 
State of Minnesota, containing 1 60 acres ac- 



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purposes for over fifteen yeaic, ...... v^-- ,„n, i,i ivam, uiitir, i>wat.ii<::o miu »^v-.j 

manner ofc.imliininj; them into one firm. Bnjjs, (|uieker th:iii we can writt' i*,. Il 

impermeable, uniform fabric, secured by !,( j,, yreal demand all over the ct»untry. 

Patent, increases their durability, while I — Medina, Ohio, Guzitte. 

at the same time being manufactured by s^.g •' Costar's" advertisement in this 

machinery on a large scale, the cost i"* j paper. 

lessened. Our Roofing is adapted to, "1 Sl»#i 

buildings of all descripli.Mis and in all i ,.^,pp ronvV-IMrP V XP VVFST ' 

climates, and can b. applie.l to steep or 1 A \ OICE 1- !lOM 1 II E I AU VVEb 1 

flat roofs old or ^lew and by ordinary | —^P^'l*'"^' "♦'• ^"S""- s itat, K..aeh. ; 

workmen at a tritlng expense. For uni- &c., Exterminator-" more grHii. and 

fotn.ity .fq.ialitv completeness of finish,, provisions are destroyed annually 111 

facility of applu-ation, cheapness and Grant Cunty by vermin than would 

durabilty, we invite a thtirough trial, j pay f-r t.ms of this Kat and Insect 

We als.. manufacture | Killer."-Z./«r«»/«-, JTi*., Jlerald. 

See " C08TAR a adverti-seuieut in this 
XtlGiXJIlD CE3S/rE3SrT, paper. 

186 5. 

FARM KIIS and H.iusekeepers should 



of FINISH are not surpassed by any manufac 
the world; 
■Should any Machine prove unsatis 

factory, it can be returned and money rcfund- 

eJ. 

Agents wanted in counties not canvassed by 
our own agents. 



USK HKLM HOLD'S 
EXTRACT BUCHU 

For all alTectlon-i and difcases of these oiguns. whether 

ES.1ST1NC1 IN MALL OI; FH.MALE. 
From whatever cr.nse originating, and co matter how long 
Mandlng. PlscatMof Uicso o.-gLai rtiiOUo tUe aid of a 
diuretic. 

HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU 

I3 th.9 Great Diuietic. 
And It Is certain to have tho desired cliewt In all diseases 
for which U is recommended. 



BOLD FT ALL rBUGGIST.S EVElty WRUEE. 
Address letters for Information, ia confidence, to 

B T. KEL9I30LD, 

Ch.eiziist. 




Principal Depots— 

Helmbold's Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 
No. 594 BROADWAY, N. Y., 

ou TO 

Helmbold's Medical Depot, 
No. 104 SOUTH TSNTH ST., P HH i A . 

Beware of Counterfeits 
ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S! 

T.AJKK NO OTHER I 



For Leaky Tin and Irim Roofs. 

Much cheaper and more durable than xi». „....^,^ — 

oil paint, as it forms a much heavier recolN-ct that hundreds of dollars worth 
body and will not crack, run or flake Of (> rain. Provisions, &c., are annually 
,,{f_ destroyed by Hats, Mice, Ants and otli- 

I er iiistcis and vermin— all i>f which can 
CompOUud Cement. j be prevented by a few dollars worth of 

" C istarV Iv.it, Roach, &c., E.xtermina- 
For Leaky Shinole Roofs, Chimneys] ^,,p^ bo.ifrht and used freely. 

and SkvliL'hts. 1 r^^.See " Cost arV advertisement in 



this paper. 

J^^Sold in Stillwater, Minnesota, 
Z^^Ry CARLI &c CO., and by all 

Drujtfiists and Dealers. 

A NEW BUSINESS 



FIXKLE & LYOW, 

Seuing ^ytachlne Company^ 

K o. 538 B R A D W A Y, N E \V YORK. 
nl7-12 mos, 

SwaiiVs Bourbon nuters ! 
Straurs Bourbon BUtcrs ! 
Su^ain'>s Bcurbon Bittern ! 

A hi'iillliy tonic, pntlei'tliniilant, and unetiual- 
led in<.riiiiigai.|ieti/.-r. Prei,a.-.d In riiic ..Id 
Itourhun. BfiiiK i"'* ""til •'> the exclusim of . 
hII iithtT Bittvrs in iii'irc than tiliy United 
St.itiH Army l/oKpituU, and millions of private 
! (iiinilicK. and u ihc onlj/ p-pnl^tr mtcliclDe 

which liai iK-m fsiircially trempitd fivm 
ftamp tiir by the United Slnti-s |;uveiiini<-nt. 
on the cr.'nnil of its haviii).' b-en ailiipti-il ita a 
■Undard rtmtdy hy the medical profession. 

Swaii's Bourbon Bitters. 

♦^■■^hey arc inaile of n(ir>'<lioiit« well-known 
an.l ai.iH.ve.l hv th- Mi.UIC.M, PROKKSS'OS 
ashivlnt' POWKKFIL TO.MC PHOPKKTlKS. 
mi- both pa I'nblt :iii'l |.l.!ic«nt. with Mitlirient 
STllESOlHENlNO PIloPEllTIES to .orr. ct 
the bill .119 ileranK<'ini-nt of Ilic »y*tem, and act 
like a .hiirni when lakiii HcconlinR to direc- 
tion. H« II n-niedv for the roll..wiii(.' (IlKe-im-s : — 
INnir.ESTIOX, ■ DVt^P .P.-'IA, JAUNDICE, 
LIVER AKKETIOXS LOSS OK APPETITE, 
I.OWSESS OF SPIRIT, 8.\LUOW COMPLKX- 
lON. 



8 00 

8 Ot3 
RANGE 



f north ot range (21) ^j^^^ . ^„j (, o|„w 36 Timber f7 0«» 
e (itstrict of Iiiiul:i sub , 1... g n ^ \-t nl'nw " *' 1*^ 00 

IT, lute T.-riitory now ,,^, ^ J ' » " 6 «30 



20. 



torUmt 



to U. S. <lovernn»rnt .*Nurvev. 

JOUX McKLSICK. .^srignee. 
L. E. TiioMPSO.N, Atty. tor Assignee. 
IstiUwaler, Sept. li»tb, 1863, 

otATE~OF~MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF 

►5 Washington, ss. — In Probate Court. — In 
the mattur of the estate of Francis Olegg, do- 
ctrused. 

Upon reading and filing the petition of A. 
E. Jackson, Admiiiistrutor of th 
Fianiis Cltg„ . 

Iv Verified, and lepresvntiiig tliat it i.s neces-^a- 



lot 8 of IIW 

^V;J'''''' " " 10 00 

. •• '« 7 00 

lo"t'?olC " " 2.^ 

No lands will be sol 1 fir less than their ap- 
praised value per acre and the right is re- 
served to withdraw from niaiki-t any of the 

t.acts advertised. Oii » >« J»r of sale. 

i he terms of the sal • are ^ui^h ^'-V 1»*. <^^^ 

lands designated " Tin ber." seventy tire per 

estate of cent, of the purchase . loney muct be P^xi *' 

late of said county deceased, du- the time of sale, while lands denoted J rai- 

r.e " onlv fifteen per tent, ot the purchase 
rv to ^ell all the Veal estate of said decea.sed money will be re.,uire. . When lands are not 
for the payment of debts and expenses of ad- especially valuable for timber thereon, the 
niinuitralion. It is ordeiud that all persons in- proportion of the pm :hase money required 
tercsted in siiid estate appear before me at my down is mennom-d in he proper column. In 
office in the citv of SiilUater in said countv. , each case, the bolance of the purchase money 
on the 1 8lh da^ of November next, at 2 oVloJk can be paid any ttnre t hereafter, from time to 
V a of that dav. to show cause, if any. whv a time, within twenty ye irs, at the op)tion of the 
licen-e should liot be nianted to.said a.lininia- purchaser ; provided i: terest in advance at 
tiator for the sale of said real estate. \ ihe rate of seven per c nt. pea annum, on the 

And it is furtner ordc4ed that notice ..f said I unpaid balance is paid lo the hrst day of June, 
application and hearing be given to all prisons 18t>6, and anuuaily ih, .ealter. ■ 

interested in said estate, by publishiii.- .. copy | Purchase money pa able la legal tender 
of this Older tor four successive »er;.- arior notes. •• u . 

to said dav of hearing iu the Stil.w. r Mes- I Persons purehasing ands upon which other 
Sen.-.-r a weekly newspaper oublished ia said I parties have made imi roven.ents. will be re- 
county' of Washington ' quired to pay the ow , er of the same the a^. 
n R MuTlUOCK.Jud-c of Probate, praised value of impro 'cments, one half to Ic 
pated SU'l'>«-ater. Oct ^, 1563. " paid at the time of salf and the bdlnnc* wuq 



and Skylights 

A sure remedy that will oflen save 
the co8t of a new roof. 

Sumples of Roofing ind Circulars 
sent by mail upon application. 

Favorable t^'rms made with respon- 
sible parlies who buy to sell again. 

KEA »Y ROOFi:«G CO., 1 

n45 73 MAIJEN LANE, N. Y. 

^TATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF ' EDWARD DE66ELLER, 

O Washington, ss. — In Probate Court. — In 
the matter of the Estate of John Mes.singer, 
late of said County deceased. 

Upon reading and filing the petition of So- 
phia Meiisinger of said county, widow of John 
Mes-singer, late of said tountv deceasetl. pray- 
ing for reasons therein set forth, that letters , 
of administration upon the estate of tne said' 
John Messinger deceased, mav is.<<ue to her.-elf 

It is oidertd that said applicaliou be heard The highest market price will be paid for 
and determin.d before me at my office in the j ^^^^ g^^ j.p ^^^ jj^pgE SKINS, 

city ol Stillwiiier, m said county, on the 11th I ' ^ 

day ot October next, at 2 o'clock r.%. ofj 'Special notice is hereby gi vcn that having Swalll's BoUlbOQ BlttCFS ! 

that day. | ,^^j ^.j y,.arii experience in the TAXXIXO 

St. Croix k .ViSSi&Sippi Steamboat Compynj. BL'SIXESS, I am prepared to dress Buck- 
skins of all kinds at the lowest prices. 



New Skirt far 

18 6 5-6. 

The (frcat invention of the age in 

tlOOP SKIRTS- ! 

J. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent DLTLEX 
ELLIPTIC (or double) SPRING SKLV.T. 

This Invention consists of Duplex (or two) 
Elliptic Pure Refined Steel Spring, ingeiiiou.^ 
Iv braided ti;;hlly and firmly t.igitlier, i dge tn 
edge, making the toughest, most flexible, elas- 
tic^aiid durable Spring ever used. They sel- 
dom bend or break, like the the Single Springs, 
and consiipiently pre.serve their prefect and 
beautiful Sluipe' more thiiii twice as long as 
any Single Spring Skirt that Ever lias or Can 

be made. 

The wonderful flexibility and »reat comfort 
and pleasure to any Ladv wearing the Duplex 
Elliptic Skirt will be experienced particularly 
in all crowded As:.emblies, Operas, Carriages, ^^ 
Riiilroid Cars. Church Pews, Arm Chairs, lor 1 ^ 
Promenade and He use Dress, as the Skirt can | ^ 



MORTGAGE f>ALE. 

Whereas, defauil has been made in the con- 
ditions of a certain indenture of mortgage 
bearing date the third day of January a. p. 
18C3, executed bv Adam Albreelit, late of the 
countv of Washington Minnesota, mortgagor, 
unto Savanna Ang.lsberg, ot the same county, 
morti'agee, dniv recorded in the oflice ol the 
Re-'iste'i- of D.-eds in and for Washington coun- 
ty State of Minnesota, on the 18ih day of 
Much 18i53, at U o'clock a. v. in book G of 
u.oilgages, ages 29, 30 and Kl, upon which 
there is claimed to be due and is d-.-e at the 
d.te of this notice the sum of $154 82^— being 
for a p-rt of the purchase money ol said prem- 
ises. And no suit or proceedings at law have 
bce;i had to recover the amount due thereon 
or aiiv part thereof : Aiidllic said mortgagor, 
pursuant to the statute in such case made and 
provided, did waive all his rigiit and equity of 
redcmpiion in and to said premises except ono 
yeai'.> time, which provision is coulaiucd iu 
said mortgage. 

Now theietore. notice i.-! hereby given that, 
by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage 
contained, and in pursuance of the statute in 
such case made and provided, the premises 

escribed in and covered by said mortgage, to 



wit : — 

" The undivided one-half part of the south- 
east quarter ol tbe south-east quarter of section 



Wmm DRESSER. 

WEST OF STATE PRISON, IN STONE 
HOUSE OF FRANK AIPLE 



Swain's Bourbon Bitters ! 

i FOR 

HEADACHE, COSTIVKSV.SS, and kindred <H«- 
eaB.s, iiii»liiK tn.ni « dii.mled c..nrtitlon ol the 
StotnHili, Liver, or B.iweU. Let every one try 
thesi- HRPeable Bitters ; once tried and used, 
they will recjuiin nd them with confid«-nce to 
all oth'-rs who are in need of a w olesonie. 
BgreeaMi- and effectual tonic. The rapidly in- 
creiisiim d-ramd for these Bittern ha« induced 
ine to Rive thein puhlicity, no that thousands 
who hiiTp not use.l th'm, may try thein and be 
conviuued of tluir efficacy. 



Particular attention given to dressing skins 
and furs, letting tbe hair remain on the same. 

Satisfaction will bo guaranteed to all. 

Stillwater. Aug. 29. 1865.— nl-2m. 

St. Croix Brewery. 

AT S T I L^W A T E R, M I N. 



The New Light-Draft Steamboat 

V I O L ^, 

I will make r«»gular semi-wecklv trips for the 

season between La Crosse, St.llwater, and all 

intermediate points on the M'ssis-sippi river. 
I Freight and pas.sengors will be carried 

through without re-shipment, at regular rates, 

making direi-t connections with Express trains 

at La Crosse and all point.- east. 

The traveling public will find this the short- 

out and most pleasant route to Milwaukee and 
, Chicagi;. 

Shippers will ship via La Crosse &, Mil 

R., and havt- tiicir goods marked 
I Steamer Viofa, La Vtoa^c." greatly increased facilities for carrying 

June 12. 186.>.— n4I-2»>t. Z ■ ' 

I . business. 

DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED? I »n) prepared to fuinisb to the people 

UK. BUCH-'X'S I Stillwater and vicinity the very 

ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILL9 cure, in less than 80 days. 

worst c;i>M of N f RVOL'SNKSS Impotenry, Pr-mnturo 
Decay. Seminal WtaknenB. Insanity, and all Urinary. 
Sexual and Nervou* A(K-cti«ns, ne matter trnm what 



lafLADIES. who have tried and found inoi 
other' STOMACH BlTTjsllS' too hitler, unpal- 
^ atabli' and loo liiKlily m dicated for th-ir deli- 
c.ite taiti-. pleaw' (rive these a trial, an-l you 
will not be without them. Th<y will (rive tone 
to tbe stomach, and streniith t<i the whole sys- 
tem. tf*~ If voiir druiritlst or trade«inan has 
pot not THE SE BITTERS, have him send for 
them. ^f"Keiuember the name, and take do 
other. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters. 

0^The composition of Dr. Swain's Bitters having 

I been made pii*>lic thro (th the Columns of M'dical Jour- 

I nal* and havinfc been adopted a.< a standard remedy by 

the Irtediriil Piofps^ion. are by the d'Ti"ion of the Com- 

Mr. G. KNIPS would beg leave to inform all ' J|?;jly"'''" "' Internal R venue, EXKJtPT FROM STA.MP 

lovers of GOOD. PURE BEER, that he has 



k Mil. R. eiilarjpd and thoroughly repaired his Brewery, Orricrs- |8l'8"uth'^wtf;r'8"trelt'ci 
" Care ot and has resumed the manufacture of Beer, with ^ j^ COOfc, GenJral .\genl 
greatly increased facilities for carrying on the I 



Bfst mlrtifle of Beer, 

Sexual and Nervou* ASl-ctions, ne matter irnm what . , ,, .... 

cause pr.Hi«c«<l. Price. On. Dollar p«r boj. g«nt port- m large or small quantities. 

paid, hy mail.on recaipt of an ofdnr. One Boot will (}_ KNIPS. 

November, 1864.— nlOtf 



iitTfect Ibe cure in most i-ases. Ad.lresa 
JAMES?. BCTLEB. 

Genrrsl Agent, 127 Broadwaj New York 



DR. 0. H. SWAl.V Proprietor. 

rk, 
Chicago. 

nt for the west 
Chicago. 

Sold at Wholesale in Chicago by Fuller, 
Finch & Fuller ; Burnham k Van Schaack ; 
Chas. G. Smith ; Loi;d & Smith ; J H Reed k 
Co. ; Smith k Dwyer, and all Druggists and 
Grocers every«here. u25-ly. 

eY~R d L E Vn OIL, Extra 

Quality. Fcr sale, wholesale and 



retail, hv 



J A B.\TE8. 



be folded when in use lo occupy a small place 

as easily and conviently as a Silk or Muslin __^_ 

Dress. ' thirtv [30] in lownsMp No tweiii> nine [-.itlj 

A Lady having Enjoyed the Pleasure. Com- j ^^^^.^^^ ^,. ^._^^^,,^ ^^^^ twenty ('2o) we^t of the 4ih 
fort and great Convenience of wearing the Du- . ^jiipjjj.j] ^i^.j.jjjjj,,^ beiiig in the county ol 
plex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a sin.nle 
dav will never afterwards willingly dispense 
with their use. For Children Mis.jcs and 
Young Liidies they are superior to all others. 

The Hoops are covered with 2 plv double 
twisted thread and will wear twice as long as 
the S,ii'.;le varn covering which is used on all 
Single Steel Uoop Skirls. The thne bottom 
rods on cver\ Skirt ate also Double Steel, and 
twice or double covered to prevent the cover- 
ing from wearing off the rods whe.. dragging 
down stairs, sioiie steps, &i; , 4c . which they 
are constantly subject to when in use. 

All are made oJ the new and elefc,anl Corded 
Tapes, and are the best quality in every part, 
giving to the wearer the most graceful and 
perfect Shape possible, and are unquestioably 
the liglite?l. most desirable, coinfortablo and 
ccoiioMii.-al Skirt ever made. 

West's Bradley & Carv. Proprietors of the 
Invention, and Sole Manufacturers. 97. Cham- 
bers, and 79 k 81 Keade Streets New York. 

For Sale in all first-class Stores ii this City, 
and throughout the United Slates and Caiia 
da. Uavaiia de Cuba, Mexico. South America, 
and tbe West Indies. 

Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or double) 
Spring Skirt. 

A. k C. 

mwmMmm 

Tbkv.'URt Dki>artmkkt, ■) 
Office of the C imptroller of the Currency V 

Washington A 1 gust 9th 1865.) | 
WHEREAS by satl»f*tU)ry evidence pre-'ented 10 the ' jy q( Washington 
und.rsigned. it ha-i been made toa|>|>ear Ih^tt the First ^.... 

National Btnk of Stillwater in the City of S.iliwater in 
the C')Uiily of Wishindton and State of Minnesota has 
iK-en duly oig:iniZ"d uiid-r hiiO acc.irding to the requir- 
ments of the Act of ingre.<8 entitled " An Act to pro- 
vid ■ for a Nittio al Currency secured by a pledge of 
Unite<l State* bonds, and to provide fo- Uie circulation 
and itil.mption thereof approved June 8rd 1861 and 
has c.inipliedailh all the provisions of said Act re<|U>r«d 
t<i be com lied with belorecomnieociug the business of. 

%"ow Tul-RPORf^ ^Flveman Clarice .mptrollerof ! . The undersigned has received the agency o 
the Cnrrency, d.. hereby certily th t "The First Na- the above Machine lor this City and vinitv. 
ti..nal Bank of'stillwater in theCityof Sttllwat>-r in the J „i|| sell them at St Paul prices, thereby 

o^ri":rL:rr<;^'rCu,^r-:: t'L",?uT^^^^^^^^^ i --"g '^^^^ V^^^^^^^^r, freight -..d traveling 

act aforesaid. • 1 e»penses. 

IN TESTI.MONV WHERKOF witne«B my hand and ] JQS. E. SCHLEXK. 

Seal of ooice thi. 9th day of ^'^^''g^^^'^^J- Clarke, | Stillwater, May 15, l865.-n38 
Comptroller of ihtCurrcucy. 



h 

pi iiicipal meridian, lieiiig in the county of 
Washington aforesaid" — 

Will lie sold at public auction by the Sher- 
ifl of said county at his office in the city of 
Stillwater, Minn., on the 

8TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1865, 
at 12 o'clock noon of said day. to the hijiheat 
bidder, to pay the amount due on said mort- 
ffage the taxes, costs and expenses of sale. 

' SUSANNA ANGELSBKRG. 

i Mortgagee. 

I L. E. TnoMPSo.N, Att'y for Mortgagee. St. 
Paul, Minn. 
; Dated Sept 23, 186.5. 

STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF 
Wash.ngtoii, ss. — In Probate Court. — Ii^ 
tho matter of the estate of ULKICH SIKGEN- 
THALER, Jr., late of said county, deceased. 

Upon reading the petition of Ulrich Siegen- 
thaler Sr. of said county, rep'cseiiting that Ui 
I rich Seigcnthaler Jr., late of saitl county 
died intestate, leaving goods, chattels and es- 
! t.ite in said county, and praying that letters 
of administratioii upon the estate of said de- 
ceased may issue to said petitioner : 

It is ordered that said application be heard 

and determined befoie me at my office in the 

city of Stillwater in said county, on the 11th 

I day of October next at 10 o'clock A. M. of 

that day. 

And it is further ordered, that notice of aaid 
application and hearing be given to all person* 
inleresled in said estate, by publishing a copj 
of this order foi three successive weeks prior to 
said day of hearing, in the StillwaUT Me^tsetiper, 
a weekly newspapei published in tbe said coua- 
jton 
MOLLIS R. MURDOCK, 

Judge of Probate. 
Dated, Stillwater, Sept. 18. 1865. 



SINGER'S FAMILY SEWING HACHi.M 




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A. J. VAN VORHES, t 
EJUar mmA Pru^let«r. ) 



* "BE JUST ^ISTD FE^R NOT. 



55 



TERMS-$2,00 A YEAR, 
Invariably In AJTancc 



VOLtiHE 10. 



STILLWATER, IWII^l^ESOTA, OCTOBER 24, 1865, 



NIJJIIBER 7. 



m STllLIiTER MISSM llffll'S nW IM TUMH. 



»3rAnLlSUKD BV TlIK PRESBNT PUOPRIETO 
SEITKMBKK 10, 1 S*}. 



A. J. WAN VORHtS, tOiru(\ AND PUBUSHE 
Tenns— Two hilars a \car. Ipiriablj in \ism 

Office, in liei-nii«im«»r's BlooK 



OiTOBEK. 



RATES Of ADVERTISING. 



One-fourth column, 3 mniithl. 
kk * * ^ 

>• •• 1 year, 

Ooe-hatf column, S month*. - 

•• " 1 y«»r. 

One column, 3 month*, 

M " 1 year. 



BttslneM cardi, S linrt or lew. 1 
., .. .• " " 6 



\ y<»r, 
month*, 



iij'tnr 

%\ 0. 

» 

, IS IN 
16 IH 
20 tx 

n iH 

■20 t* 
3& IN 
40 (H 

SA n«> 
.■so •» 

«: m* 
4 m. 
8 Ml 



Aa,.rtUen«n,, n.t m^W^ ^ ^^^J/Tn;^', ^t^ '^ .• 
imberof Insertion*. willDec.nv „,,,ere.l "Ul 



verbal n.nlce, 

cl «CC"I 

"rwelVe c«nU per square 



they shall be or.lere.1 "Ul 



number ' 

» written or ,i„„i. 

,a.l P».v""".":"ri*"iV:"',"u be charged for ea. 



^'^:;,:^jt':^z:^i^«^'^ charged ...r 

ra'>-s. 





[It must hav* been nndsr Just luch iklcs. and lar- 
rsundeJ by Just such an atmosphere ai MlnnecoUaos 
hare been eujoylDK duniin the pa.t few »erk^. Ilist 
gave iusplratioo to the author ot tbecc exquisite 
liOM.] 



MA S CF. I CTURED B Y THE 
Jaby Trnder llannfartnrin? Company, 

n-i I KOADWAY. N. Y. 



The melancholy days have come, the taddeet of Ihi- 

ye«r, 
or waiUiig winds, and naked woods, and meadow 

briiwn anil sear. 
Heaped in the ho.l.>w ol the groTe. the withered liat' 

lie dead ; 
Tliey ruitle to tbo eddying guat, and to the ratbit' 

Iread. 
The rnbiii and the wreu are flown, Hod from Ihesbrul-" 

til.- j .y, 
And from th,- wood-top calls the crow, through all th 

gluuiny day. 

And now, when cornea the calm, mild day, as still such 

dHy* will com". 
To call th ' squirrel and the bee from out their winter 

home. 
Whi-n th sound uf dropping nuts is heard, though all 

the Ire, s ar. utill 
Anil twiukle in the smoky light the waters of th* rill, 
Tiie s<'Uih w> chr' for the (lowers whose fra 

graoc. la • h b re. 
And slgb* to i.„ . ... lu lu iUe wood and by the stream 

DO more. 



A aviii^i*e:r. 



D. C. HANKS, 

Albany, 111. 

A :« K 



II 



s 



It A.rT 



A. T. JKSK8. 

gtlllwatiT, Mln 

& J E :% K s, 

I>IX.OTS- 

Will contract to Jeliver Lops and L mU- 
at anv point on the MonU-^ippi nver btrtw.-.., 
St. P;tul or SrillwiittT and M.Mnptii*. Tonn. 

Will «ldo bu> aii'l sell Loj;^ on cominissioi 

n48 Still wriiU'r. Min. 

Wm. ^r~McCLUER, 

rTollNF.Y V.Vn tlHNSKI.I,OK A 
4 LAW. Ortice in Mm«l-uk Uio's Hloi-I 
esti.iii .street. Stillwater, Miiiiiesi«>l*. 



/ 



HOLLIS R. MURDOCK, 

A TTiv ;n EY ANOCOUSSELLOU Kl LAW 

^ and G ncral »pnt. Siillwatcr, MiniiO!>ota 

Stillwater April -HM 86 1 "33. 



ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW 

A. B. STICKNEY, Chtim Affertl. 

Office in Bernheiiner''» Block. 



Over Sehlenk's 



(■lothiiij: Store, 
St.llwitter, Min. 



Will pav particnl.tr attt-ntion to prosecutn>>: 

Soldiers' Claims in the Depart- 

nipiit itt Wu^liiiiiTton. 

L. R. CORNMAN A. li. STU KNEY 



HE B«BYTEND;R i-^ the most complpte and 
-vlul Nurs. r> I iveuiion of the age. Krora a 
.arming Spriii.? CradU it is eaMly and al- 
(»si in^iant'y converted into either of th< 
■ilowiiig ariich s, viz: 

\RECLI.\'JXG COUCH, for chil 
lien Uhi yiui g lo >*i' al'Hie. 

A SPBISG CHAIR. 

A BAB}' WALKER, altractivt 
.id iist't'iil. 

An OTTCMAX, f..r the purler and 
lining riMnn. 

\ HOBBr HORSE, ( >r childrei- 
•.<lir tivf ve irs. 

A hABV JiWfJ'ER, f'.r 8e«urit>. 

Illiisrillt-lit. 

HORSE (or 



There was never a day so sad and long 
But it wore at length to even-sonK ; 
• here wu never a life ao tull of grief 
But deiith came at last to Its relief. 

There was never a soul so wholly sad 
But It tound Some moment to b glad; 
Ttiere was never a heart mi tull of cara 
But it had one hope to cheat despair. 

Tliere wan nev r a winter *o dark and drear 
But chanitetl t<i spring In the early year; 
Th.re was never a summer, welladay ! 
But it ti.i.ril ilir ukIi autumn to decay. 



whfii elf' 



CHAIR. f> r tht> table. 




JAISBANKS' 

STA.>;DA(tD 

SCALE 



S 



OK ALt. KIN OS. 

U.40, Wiirrhoiise Trucks, Lft- 
tpr Prrssfs. etc. 

FAIRB.«N .S. GREKNIEAF. k CO.. 

I i Lake Street. CHICAGO 
49-Be c> -I f il to buy 



xiTcisf aim 

A B.\BY 
alitl) H 
HIGH 

A NURSEiiV CHAIR. 

The motion of the Bahy Tender, whicU i.i 

VKRTICAL and .N.'isLKSS, =s derived from a Spir 

I Sprinj: in tin Dtlonian; and. unlike that of 

lie common Ri eking or Swiiigin<£ Cradle, if 

IS ill the hi-ihes'. degree healthv, delijrhtlnl and 

■ .(.tiling. It H'XiUVKSTHK MOTIIKR I'lOiu the 
.trdoi part ol baby lending. 

PRICI:..«i FRO.^ §95 lu §50. 

Ori.M >\!!i OF TlIK PRkH«<. 

From Hnrfi-r") WeeWy.— Brown's Babt 
I'km.kr — Tiii.H article of nurst-rv tiirnitiire it 

■ irrKRivNT ►KOM, siPKRioR TO, and supplies the 
|. lac- of ever\t ling heretofore used for tliut 
|iiirpose. It is ten times more u.-efui than a 
sewing or washing machine, where there is a 
iiaby. 

From T/te C'/ritlifin Aihocate. — Brown's Pat- 
i lit Bal>y Tend r is compact, strong ami dura- 
■ If ; and to tli >8e having the care of iiilaiils or 
•mall childicn, il is imiispei.sal.lc. 



AX OL.D M.VX'S STORY. 



I .im .in oUl iiKin ; yet it only sct-ni 
a very short time since I cliinbeil tin 
tall poplar tree 



that grew before tht 
Vicarage in search of the starling 
nest. 1 can lancy 1 hear the shou 
that greeted my tlescent witii theloii. 
coveted prize, and feel again the crim 
son mounting to my cheeks as it di 
when, tun i g to tla* Vicarige, I s w 
an expression of pain on the pale fact 
of my father as he 8too<l at his stiid\ 
wintlow. 

It seems to me but yesterday sinct 
I stood in the center of that group oi 
lads, and now — 

•■ Th'j Atr all gone, the old fimiliar facet." 

Dick, the Surgeon's sun, died inan\ 
vc.irs ago in India. Harvey Vernon 
tile bravest of them all, was slain oi. 
the tieid of Waterloo; and when tin 
village bells rang for the victory, tlu 
rudest fellow in the village was touch 
ed as he passed the Grange and saw 
the blinds down, and knew of tin 
I breaking heart of widow Vernon. 

It was a sail day for us at the Vi- 
! carage, especially for Emily. My fa 
therstayed in his library all tlay : 
i though 1 do not think he read a pag. 
From 7Ae H'rjt/.v ri-iAMK*.— Brown's Paten t ; of any of liis books — even in his fa- 



te arrive. There were, first, the chil- 
dren of Squire llarcourt, who came 
wrap})ed in soft furs and shawls, iy 
the olil-fashionedcosy family carriage, 
with its couple of docile greys. Then 
came Harry Vernon, and his sisters, 
Emily ami Agnes ; and, as the time 
wore on, about a score ot young peo- 
ple were assembled at the Vicarage. 
It was a merry party. My father, 
whom it would be injustice to rei>re- 
sent as an unkind man, threw himselt 
•nto the spirit of our merriment as 
hough he had been one of us. The 
furniture, except the old-fashioned pi- 
mo, had been renioveil from the draw- 
.ng room, an.X-i -ai.d tlie sitting-r(>oni 
lad, by the removal of a partition, 
iteeii thrown into one, making a large 
iinl commodious room, which had 
been plentifully hung with liolly and 
other evergreens. The red berries 
gleamed like tiny masses of fire be- 
iieath the dark green glossy leaves, 
and here and there my sister's hands 
had graci fully anaiged bunches ot 
many colored ribbons. 

Many intpiiries were made for Wil- 
lie amlfor a moment or two a shadow 
seemed cast upon the children when 
they were told that Willie, the presid- 
iig spirit of fun in everg juvenile par- 
y^ would not be with them ; but all 
eeling of disappointment vanished as 
he time wore on — except from one 
j;entle, loving spirit. 

I know that my mother w.as think- 
i;i<' of the dear boy in the room above 
u-i, for Willie was her favorite. She 
,vas thinking of a handsome lacepress- 
.1 against the d«>or, and of a tiny ear 
close to the key-hole, listening to the 
>ices of the merry groups below, 
ho knew these sounds would bj ex- 
(Uisite torture to the prisoner. She 
.new how that quick, eager spirit 
s-oiild fret in the study above like a 
,ild bird in his cage. 

Sometimes I saw her whisj)er to my 
.atlier — and then his face grew hard 
.nd dark, and my mother's yet more 
s;id and pained. 

My sister jilayed with exceeding 
irace, some simple airs u|)on the old 
(iaiio ; and then, the boys, choosing 
iieir partners from the graceful little 
.naiilens, who stood with eager, blush- 
ing faces and beseeching eyes beneath 
I lie holly in a corner of the room, the 
dance lugan. Whilst this was going 
>n I saw my father put something in- 
o my mother's hand. It was the 
tudy key. With a grateful smile — 
.h, how sweet that smile w as ! — she 
left the ro(»m. I stole after her to the 
foot of the wide, old-fashioned stair- 
I saw her glide swiftly by the 



only the i;<'nuine."S^ 



F I 



E 



M. 3. WILLARD, 

R .>! I r I K i: i» 1^: a i. r r . 

Jf//J» trtet.StilhrxUr, .Vinnmnta. 

LROANT Medium and Plain Household 

'.^ Furninir . M:ttfp i-!s...j I „'.'•■•. •., <:i ,*<,.». ic 



lUbv T.'tnl'T "gives infants and small children ^ 
ihe gnatest p< ssiMe variety ol pleasing »nd i 
liealthv exercire." It ia indispensable to those 
having car, of infants or small children. | 

From Life llluslralnL—So well appointed | 
tiimilv er nuisi ry can afford to be without i 
Uiown's Paten'- Baby Tender. 

From the H •me ./oiirnal, by K. P. WiLLIS. — 
IT HAS t;()Mi: AT LAST ! a oontriv.ine by 1 but they wandered restlessly, as though 
which the best (.f iniinmas «* outdone— tl-e g^.^.j^j,j„ ^,,„j^. ,ni^jii„^ resting place; 
most untiTi.it; ol nurses thrown quite into the . ^^J^,^.^^ hair— (I have still a thick 

«h.tde. , , " 

lock 



vorites, Sophocles and Horace, 

Emily and my mother were m my 
mother's chamber all day. From that 
day Emily gradually drooped and fad 
ed. Her beautiful face grew more ex- 
quisitely beautiful — her dark, deep 
eyes became more full and lustrous, 



, n. ) 1 r IV luCK ot it ailloUgSt 

the "hrenu/oqual .Jyiirnal — Nausea *"'- " 




From 
:ind vomiting ire commonly supposed 10 
\ iiiseperahle If. m the iutanlile state ; all this 
IS oh via ted by 
Tender. 



oKlen hair — (I have still a 

m old man's mem- 



•ase , 

stairs ; and I could hear when she un- 
locked the door ; and when she ojieiietl 
It to l)ass in the moonlight streamed 
.riirhtly through the doorway on to 
the'^dark landing, ami, as its light fell 
».n the face of the old clock which 
stood there, I saw it wanted a few 
minutes of Iti o'clock. 

I had not stood more than a minute 
•It the foot of the stairs when I heard 
my mother cry "Willie.'' 
heard a piercing scream, and 



in summer ; the broad, fan-like fernsi 
with their beautiful serrated leaves, 
loved to grow there, and in that old 
thorn, a summer or two before, a 
nightingale had made its haunt, and 
sung through the long star-lit nights, 
and Willie and I laid awake for hours 
listening to it. 

I never, even now, he.ir the song of 
the nightingale without thinking of 
my darling brother and the chamber 
in which he slept. The villagers s.iid 
it was haunted by something more 
I hail the nightingale, but th.at I nevei 
positively knew. 

Well, I saw my mother bend clost 
down to the water a moment, and then 
suddenly turn and pick something up 
from the ground at the foot of the 
thorn. She held it out in the moon- 
iglit a moment and then gave a wild 
cry of pain. It was a little handker- 
chief of Willie's, edged with a particu- 
lar kind of lace which she had put on 
herself. 

The water was still and rippleless 
— save a slight tremor, which might 
be caused by the breeze — ami reflected 
the quiet stars in its dark face. 

My father, who was a go )d swim- 
mer and a stranger to fear quietly 
look ofl' his com, antl in a moment 
was down at the bottom of the pool. 
I shall never forget the expression ot 
anxiety on my mother's face as she 
bent over the i>ool. Her large dark 
eyes had something awful in the in- 
tensity of their gaze; her thin white 
hands were clasped convulsively up- 
on her bosom ; her lips were drawn 
lightly across her small white teeth, 
I ml we could hear her breathe as 
though she had been running r.ip- 

i<lly. 

it seemed an age before my father 
re-appeared ; but when he did, it was 
with Willie's pale, handsome face, 
looking more beautiful than ever, ly- 
ing on his shoulder, and his long dark 
hair, which it always seemed a shame 
to cut, falling over his arm. I think 
I hear my mother's wild, despairing 
cry now', at a distance of seventy 
years. I have heard it at night in my 
quiet study ; I have heard it on board 
b^iiip, when the storm-winds have 
thrown us like a feather amongst the 
frothing waves ; I have heard it in 
old continental cathedrals, above the 
voices ot the choir, the music of the 
organ, and the ringing and clashing 
of bells. 

Hush ! I thought I heard it then ! 
My father carrie<l Willie home, and 
old Walter and the oth<-r servant as- 
sisted my mother. Willie w.-is in- 
stantly got to bed, find the ordinary 
means used for his restoration, while 
old Walter was sent otf on the brown 
mare to the doctor's. We heard the 
dull heavy sound of her hoofs upon 
the snow, as she went off at a swift 
j pace down the carriage-drive. In a 
olioi t time she came back bringing 
the doctor. 

My mother was bendiiioj over Wil 
lie, ami 

Then I \ backward 

she sud- ! came in ; but she arose immediately, 



broken slumber. His cheeks grew 
crimson, and his breath quick and 
hot, and he trembled as though he 
was cold. 

The doctor came again — but this 
time he shook his head, and said there 
was no chance for him. My mother 
and father watched him night and 
day ; kut he grew worse and worse. 
Now he would t.alk of the wild bee's 
nest he had found a few days ago in 
a bank in the wood — then he would 
shout as if at jilay ; and then, whilst 
my father covered his face with his 
hands, and the big tears trickled 
ihrough his fingers in an agony of 
.irief, he would try to repeat his Lat- 
in, and, failing to do so correctly, he 
would begin again, saying in a be- 
seeching tone : " Oh, papa, forgive 
ine ! I cannot !" 

Willie died one morning, just as 
the old year was dying amidst frost 
and snow, repeating his Latin lesson, 
as my mother held his head with its 
splendid d.ark locks on her bosom, and 
his little hand lay in my father's trem- 
bling p;Um. 



What the nemocratlo Tarty 
CoHt the Country* 



has 



An IiiMtance of True Manhood. 



James Xesbit, one of the editors of 
the San^rancisco Bulletin, was one 
of the sutferers by the wreck of the 
Brother Jonathan on the Pacific- 
coast last month. The body of tlu 
old man was found floating in tlu 
ocean, seven miles fr.mi land. When 
It was taken ashore and examined, 
there was found in the deceased'^ 
vest pocket a will whicli was written 
after the ship struck the fatal rock. — 
Contemplating calmly the terrible 
scenes about liim, and calculating his 
chances of life, he had the cool cour- 
age to make such a disposition of his 
property as would be most beneficial 
to those who would be left behuid 
him. The old man writing a will 
amid the howling of the tempest that 
was lashing the ocesui into foaming 
billows, and surrounded by drowning 
men, women and children wailing out 
their agony to the jiitiless picture. — 
Here is a cojiy of the will, and let the 
reader observe with \\ hat care it is 
written : 

At Ska, ox Boaku the Buotiiek 
JoSATii.w, July 20, 1865. — 111 view 
of death, I hereby appoint my broth- 
er, TliOin.ns Nowbil, at prenont enga- 

2e«l on the Pacific Uailroad, near 
Clipper (Jap, California, my sole ex- 
ecutor, with instructions to wind up 
my whole estate, real and ]>ersonal, 
and convert the same into cash, with 
all convenient speed, but so as not to 
sacrifice the same, and to pay over 
and divide the same equally between 
himself and my sole sister, Margaret 
Nesbit, now residing in England, and 
uiuler the burden of the payment of 
a legacy of i?!5,00() in gold to Almira 
Hopkins, wife of Casi)er T. Hopkins, 
Insurance Agent, San Francisco, Cal- 
ifornia. Anil I desire that my brtith 



From ik^ dnnunati Qazetle. 

The nation.al debt, the whole cost 
of the war, its vast slaughter of men 
and destruction of property, and the 
taxes it has entailed, are the return 
the people have received for their 
fontidence in the Democratic parly. 
From its invention to its attempted 
•xecution, secession was purely Dein- 
icratic. The members of a Demo- 
•ratic Administration consn-md the 
i»lot to pr« cpitatc the rebellion. A 
i)emocratic Administration disarmed 
Jie Government before secession, aiul 
^ave it immunity by the declaration 
that the Government had no consti- 
tutional power to defend itself. A 
Democr.atic Administration transfered 
the public arms to the control of the 
rebels, and left the national forts de- 
fenseless before them. The leaders 
of the Democratic party were the 
leaders of the rebellion, and they 
still continue the leaders of the whole 
party. 

The rebellion made no division in 
the party. The same leaders contin- 
ued to exercise the same control — 
Their confederates in the North 
maintained that the Government had 
:\o constitutional power to put down 
rebellion. They opppsed every nieas- 
ire to raise, troops for the national de- 
fense, and to provide means to pay^ 
them. They opposed the arming of 
the Northern States for their defense, 
rhey sought to divide the North, to 
•educe it to the Confederate terms. — 
They continually declaimed that eve- 
ry act of defense against rebellion 
was a violation of the Constitution. — 
They boaste<l of their consistent ad- 
herence to their resolution never to 
vote a man or a dollar to put down 
rebellion. They labored to magnify 
and jirotract the war. with the delibe- 
rate desisn that its burdens should 
break down the Government. 

They strove to discourage volun- 
teering, and to stir up disaffectior, 
and to organize sedition. They de- 
nounced the draft as unconstitutional, 
and incited forcible resistance to it. — 
They organized consj)iracit'8 to prc- 
cii)itate revolt in the North, ami to 
bring in a savage Southern army to 
ravaire and lay* waste the count rj-^ 
They iiicltea the baibaious treatment 
of our soldiers in the South, and the 
spirit of murder .against all our pub- 
lic men. TJiey met in general Con- 
vention and resolved that the war to 
restore the T'^mon had failed, and 
should stoj). Their aid Jind encour- 
agement, !ind the hopes they held out, 
kejit the rebellion .alive long after its 
cause was hopeless, and multiiilied the 
co.st of the war. They served their 
Southern party leaders all thrmigh 
the war, and now when the rebel mil- 
itary power hits submitted, and is 
readv to ratify the death of secession 
and slavery, the Northern Deraocrat- 

'lese issues, 



nervou.sly swayTng herself I er, said Thomas Nesbit, shall not be j ic party seeks to revive tl 
s and forwards, 'when he asked to give security for his inter- and renew the conflict. 



be ories of other days, " the .lays of auld 1 .leiily passed me, her face white as the j and with wide, flashing eyes, ex 



the use of Brown's Patent B.ibv 



lang syne 
about her 



') — hung more 



carelessly 

shoulders, and her pale 

cheeks were suflused with a rosy tint 



Oh, 



Fisk's Patent Metalic ■•iin .. • ases, 
Cj-k-ts !ind Walnat Coffins. 

mi O R I H %V C • T K K ^ 

AIM PORTER BiWEBY 

Pure illsilt Vinegrar. 



We are now manufacturing PURE MALT 

VINEGAK, which we sell at Eastern prices. 

less freight. This vinegar is reuomtnended 

or pickling. 



St. Paul. Minn. 



DREWRY & GREIG. 
Aug. 24. 1864.— .il-3m. 



UNITED S I ATES HOTEL, 



From A*-/;. « .Vognziue uf Fa.'A.on — The ^j,.jj^ oraduallv deei»enetl into a liurii- 

latest wotLler .ul .... BroaduaN. and ot.e that . ^.j,, \■\^^\^K. her sweet voice 

is Loioiiiiiij; t:ilk ot the t..wn, is Dr. Browns •■',-, ^"■"-'" i !„ t 

Patent Habv ^ end... an " om.iifunctional in- SUuk almost lUtO a Wlllsper. AS 1 



P. Willis phiases it. i looked at her, her startling beauty re- 

h;H»ie ami Gnardian —Dr. i minded of the language of tlie book 

my mother used to read to her as she 
lay on the couch in the draw ing-room. 
Her " face was the face of an angel." 



Willie darling 1 Speak to 
my chil.l !" 

never read David's thrilling la 
ment. 



I 



Absa 



orrosiTK nn 



stitutioii, as 

Fnnn the Ai/'-ocote 
Biown'sPat.i t Baliy Teii.l.r is the product of 
iiian% veaise .ployed in the consideratitin of 
tl. inmost ui.x'ita.it sulijeut bv an ex|»erienced 
;>rH«-iical pi.> >ic.an. ami slu.uld be in every 
in.nse wheie Uicre is a babv. 

Thk UvBV Tknokr. — The best of all inven- 
tions lor le.ss, iiing the labor and ansiely of 
mo her;., and itomoting the health and happi- 
n.ss of her of sj.ring. We do not speak from 
liearsa> when we aver that of all labor-saving, 
h-^alth preserving, sleepp«i.-«,— Jing, quiet-res- 
toring contrivunces for the use of mothers and 
children, Brown's Baby Tentler stands unrival 
ed. For mor ! than two years we have wit- 
nessed in our own famllv its practical advan- 

tages, and we feel that we are doing ^many of ^^^^ Vicarage, autl burying the SUII-di 

al that Wjilie and I had carved with 
house where tae'ro ia a baby. — X I'- /n^pCT*^- great pains during the long winter 
«"'• i evenings. 
— ■ i I had come from my father's study. 



Ah, me ! how I .am wandering from 
the circumstance I sat down to write 
about ; but you must forgive an old 
man, for whenever I think of Emily it 
is always so. Let me see — yes, I re- 
member perfectly. 

It was Christinas Eve, in the year 
1791, and the snow ha I been falling 
heavily all the day, blotting out the 
hedges and walls which surrounded 



snow that lav outside on the stej.s, and, j claimed — 

rushing into'the room where my fa- ! " Oh ! doctor, save my boy ' 

ther was jilaying with the chihlren, Willie ! 

went straiirht up to him and, crying me 

" Willie's gone! oh, Willie, Willie, 

darling ! " fell fainting at his feet. 

My "sister immediately left the piano 
and with the aid of some cold water, 
my mother was restored very soon. 

Of course this put an end to the fes man; but it seemed a hoj)eless case 
tivities, and the children were soon on 
their way home, exceitt Harry Vernon 
who stayed to assist in the search for 
Willie. Atlerwards my mother told 
us that, as she was eiuleavoiing to 
f the younger children 
she heard 



mission with my estate. 

JAME.^ NESBIT. 

Tlie 
pencil, the 



Let Democratic journals and ora- 
tors howl over the taxes their war 
document was written with a ; has brought. They but magnifv their 
writer coolly recollecting j own sins. Every dollar ot debt is a 
that i)encil marks ars less aff'ected by 1 Democratic legacy. Every tax is a 
water than ink marks. It was clean- ' Democratic gilt. Every Government 
Iv written, in Mr. Nesbit's bold and i stamp is a Democratic sticking plas- 
Oh, Absolom! mv son Abs.v ^Wdy penmanship. When he had ter. Every person m the L nited 
lom!" without thinking of my moth- ,.oncluded the will he found he had a States drinks m Democr.acy m his 
er's great agony in Willie's ch.amber. jit^jf. ,„ore time before the ship would tea, his coflee and his whisky, and in 
The doctor was a remarkably skillful crobablv iro down, and he added the the sugar wherewith 



he sweetens 



our readers a favor by calling their 
to it. The B ihy Tender ow)hl to be in 



How my mother's eager eyes followed 
all his movements. 

At last, when we were .about 
|sj)airiiig, Willie gently opened 
^.y^.^l, — those magnificent eyes of his 



de- 

his 



probably go down, 

following brief note to a family where them. E 

he had boarded for many years : | ta for the 

Mr Dkak Ma :-A thousand aff-ec- ^i^k "ja" if phvsicked with Democra 
adieus. You spoke of mv ^y- Ihe laboring man 



tionate adieus. 1 ou spot 
sailing on Friday — hangman's day- 
and the unlucky Jonathan. Wei 



calling 



Mamma ! mamma! " She ' have never seen 



There was an enspeakable ecstacy on j^^.^.^ j ^^^^ ^j^j^ ^^^,^^]^ ^,^j-^^,.^. ,„p ^,ly 

ove to you all — to Casper, to Belle, 



amuse a groui) ot tlie ^ ^- - . /. , - u t • 

Willie's voice distinctly 'my mother's face, the like of which 1 j 



since, and 
It 



"<^^■*^^*'*■]Mollie, and little Myra 
instantly got the key, as I h.ave before pect to see again. Jt was coming ^^^^^ Never forget 

'e study. I light when the doctor left us, and. 
As soon as she opened the door she Willie was in a refreshing sleep 



Kiss her for 



felt the window w;is open by the rush- j The many-colored rainbow of Hope" ^'^^^^ ' 
ingof the cold, frosty air past her. , now hung over the Vicarage, alas! J ' ,„^; ,,,> ' 
The instant she entered the room she soon to fade away, leaving us but the j " ""=" ""- 



Graxdpa. 
The children familiarly addressed 



einan as grandi)a, al- 
ia no way related to 



felt a tremor seize her. Why did not cold rain and dark clouds of a great 
Willie spring to meet her ? She felt j sorrow. 



H. T. t New Haven i Western R. R. Depot 



BEACU STREET. BOSTO.V, MASS. 



.\ew Jewflry Store. 



By F. M. PRATT, 

rokMnLT or tri ammk'a.'i ancsi 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

CAPITAL. • - #30,000.00. 



CUARI.ES SCHEFFER 
L HOSPES, 
U. K. ELLIS - 



President 

Vice-President 

Caaliier. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS : 

l^ais Hospes. J. E. Thompson, Cl.ar.cs Schef 
for, Horace Thompson, O. R. Ellis 



G. BRAUN, 

DEALER IN 

Cigars, Pipes and Tobacco. 

Main street, Stillwater, Min. 




where I and Willie had been spending in a moment that Willie wasnottherc. ' After an hour or two of sleep, Wil-I "Got. —The word got is often 
the eveiiintr Willie was a high-spir- ; The study lamp was flickering out ; lie awoke, and told my mother how | used suj)erfluoUsly and incorrectly in 
ited lad. ot- a very loving ami .atfec- ! there stood my father's easy chair op- he heard the laughter and shouts of; familiar expression When m reply 

■ h when e.\- ! uosite a table on which lay his books the children in the drawing-room, and [ to "Lend me a shilling, you sav, 

no monev, you simply 
Omit the 



tionate disposition ; thou 

cited or in a passion, his temper was 



posite a tat)le on 
and manu.script 



aiuer » vn^y ciiini o|'- ne iiearu me liiuj^nivi n.j.i ,-ii..>«v.:. ■^' , - -•; 

which lay his books the children in the drawing-room, and; to " Lend 
s, and amongst them how the music seemed to taunt him ; | " I've got 



gives about 
one hour's labor every day to pay for 
Democracy. The capitalist pays one- 
tenth of his income for the cost of 
the Democratic party. Every trans- 
fer of property is saddled with the 
Democratic burden. Before he is 
begotten the child is subject to the 
Democratic tax. From the cradle to 
the grave he never is free from it. — 
The funeral m(»urning must first pav 
the penalty of Democratic rule, and h 
portion of that which he leaves be- 
hind must go into this Democratic 
vortex. 

Generation after generation will 
carry this Democratic burden from, 
birth to death. Like the original di- 
vine curse, it will be felt in the sweat 
laborer and in the 




dt.wii alone. He looked very angry ; 
he was in one of those moods which 
sometimes took posses.sion of him when 
he was disturbed. Though my father 



C, 



A. BROOKS 



Physician and Surgeon, 



OFFICE I>' FOLSOM'S BLOCK. 

T»ylori Falls, Minn. 



The Hnder igned beg» leave to inform the 
People of Stillwater and vicinity that he has I 
removed his .lewelry Store from Hudson to the 
c'ty of Sill" 4ter, where he intends to locate 
permanently 

He is pre} wed to clean and repair Clocks 
and Watche -, repair Jewelry, 4c., in better 
tnd more durable manner than the same can 
i>e done this side of the St. Croix, or the East. 
Give me a . all. 

Rl.op on Main street, next door the Scheffer 
4 Thoinpsoi 's H.»nk, 

All Work Warranted! 

Also an a so. tment of Clicks. Watches and 
Jewelry cohUantly on hand, which are war- 
ranted to bt such as repiesented. 

B. ILLINGWORTU. 

Stillwater, Oct 4. mfi4.— n-ttf 



tique portico, and from thence have 
leaped to the ground. Willie, .agile 
as 8 squirrel, could easily have accom- 1 
plished this, 
was silent when in these moods, yet ; In a few moments from the discove- 
I always thought there was a vivid re- 1 ry of Willie's absence we— that is my 
semblance between thein and Willie's ; mother and father, Harry and myselt, 
outbreaks ot passion. | and two servants, one of them, old 

" Wil^e will not come down to- j Walter, who passionately loved Wil- 
night," said he ; *' I have left him iu | lie — were out in search of the missing 
the study with a lesson that will keep I one. 

him all night." j The .snow was still falling heavily, 

I thougiit 1 saw a tear start from ' but by the light of the moon, which 
my mother's eye, as she turne<l her , was at the full, we could see almost as 
face to the window and looked out uj)- [ distinctly as by daylight, 
on the snow, which still continued to j Strange to say, my mother went in- 
fall heavily. I stinctively toward a deep pool of wa- 

it was the anniversary of Emily's j ter, beneath the orchard wall, called 
birthday, and we were expecting a ! by the villagers the Hlaok Pool — so 
party of young friends (children of the ' called because of its depth. Near it, 
neirrhboring gentry) to pass the eve- 1 .ami overshadowing it, grew an old 
ning .at the^vkarage. I gn.arkul thorn bush, which, atter many 

i It began to grow tlark about 4 1 winters' frosts and snow, still preserv- 
I o'olook, and then our company began I ed its vitality. It was a pleasant place 



how he had wandered to the Black | if you merely wish to say, as you j-^^ jt the hundreds of thousandsjj 
Pool, and been tempted to spring I probably do, that you are sutfering y^jung men whose bones .are strewn 
across it to get a bunch of crimson | under a cold, " I have a cold,*' is the oy.i.r\i,^. jjouth would now be produc- 
berries that hung on a branch on the proper expression. " She has^ got a nive laborers and the support and coin- 
ollier side, thinking he would give , fair complexion." Here " got " is an | f^^ of families now desolate. No one 
them to her 1 and how he had missed; interloper, for you do not mean to | ^^111 aitein-pt to deny all this indict- 
his footin<' and fallen backward into' say she has procured a fair complex- ; ,n^^^„t. >s'y one will pretend that the 
he told her how he ion, but simply that she has one.— | D(.„iocratic partv had any cause for 



the pool. Tlieii ..^ v^.... —• --- — , » . . , , • ,. 

rose to the surface— and how he was " I've got to go down town to-mor- ,.^.l,^.llio,^. \ et It has the ettrontery 
failing into a sweet and pleasant slum-j row." Here " got" is redundant and ^^ ^.ry over the burdens of taxation, 
beratthe bottom, with thoughts of 1 incorrect. " I have to go," expresses And as the father of the Democratic 
her, passing, dreamlike, through his [the idea, 
mind — and how he felt some haml 
touch him, and .an exquisite sensation 
of pain as if he were dying — and that 
was all he knew. How my mother 



party, w hen he had stripped Job of 

family and possessions, ch.arged it to 

The last number of the Nation, of jjjj. ^^'^.^ ^^i^^^ and sought to draw him 

New York, has a singular announce- : ^^^^ y,jg integrity, so his Democratic 

ment to the eft'ect that in consequence i g^jj^^ ^ow come forward with equal 

wepland" Huiiied, and clasped him to^ of the great success of the p.ij)er its effrontery and charge their doings ui> 

her bosom, and called him her dar-j price will be raised to six dollars. on the loyal people, and hypooriticallj 



ling Willie ! I need not tell you how 
my poor father kis.sed him, and asked 
— aye, he, the stern disciplinarian, 
asked pardon of his own child. Wil- 
lie, fatigued with his long talk, fell 
asleep again : but it was a 



howl overftheir afliictious and seek to 

Springfield (III.) is reviving the old seduce them from their integrity, and 

Blue Laws. A journeyman barber to elect to power the party that has 

was fined $60 for shaving a gentle- brought all these woes upon the land. 

man, in his private room at a hot<;l, on { ; — — - 

troubled,! Sunday. i ^'^m. Banks has lett New Orlean.s. 



Each ingredient pays its quo- i 

le cost of Democracy, The | 



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C'lll . UMTI-P lIlXsL^XlPP t./nllnun. wluthcr wl ito or bbck-f Sk-mlllu'1111-.crca..t to Hell ! Tho St. Peter TW/m;.. s.y8 the ra- 

Mll,L>>.\lllll ^^'^■'^^^»'^-^^»'^^r,,.,tivoof torei.u'nborn-iui.lshaUvotej From a roliunn article in the La Ua-« at that i-laoe lust Satunlay were 

*. ,. V4.:* voBHES. EBiTos AND PUBLISHER i for tho anuudiuent to cr State Con- C'russr D,,.ucrnt of October id, we atten.UMl by about one thousan.l per- 

>titutiou which strikes iovu all ai»- make a few extracts. The />.»'om/Ms.,us. Roan .Iim, who won the run- 
tinctious between ratu- . Wc have is e.lititn.y the notorions - Uki. k j „i„.4 raer at the Stalv Fair, was boat- 



7'j«*«ffM.i/. 



Off oh ft' «4, 1*65. 



iioespeeial atVcction fui" tise Africa" Pomkkoy. 



tionHlly p'"-'-'" ""■ "»»io". l*'«y ^''<™'"' *«* "p! Af OKKJAOE SALE. -DEFAULT HAS 
ilu' l.imi. r ol iLVolt. I 3 1, b-cai made in llie piiMniiit and londi 

2 Thill thiouj(h ilioir K ulers tlioj cncour- [ x,\^^^^^ of a ceitain iiiortgHjjf, executed and tk:- 
.iL'iil llii- ouiliiiali ol lb.' rtibillion; ns^nniij? jjyer^d by Charles A Morgan of Kamscjfooun- j 
the innii -eiitx that Jor «m i y ifLriiin-nt sent l>y I ^y Miuneoota, to Tracy (J. Kich ol Delaware j 
lUe KoMli »naiii»» tin! S ■ iih. 'MM! •iii.uld I"- Ipounly State of New York, dated the eleventlj j 
seiii to ti;,'hi in Itb l.tliall. and tliat the sirocu f j.,^. of December, A. D. IS."*?, and recorded i 
. - 11 Tk iOl "•^'■tUerii ciiiei »iio(»|d run red w.illi olW'd j Ueceniber Bixteeiith A. D. 1857, at 2 o'clock} 

Our swise of deeeney jen by the Xieollot mare baiUy. .The Iteiore tin So it'.i .-IhmiI.1 he •« jif,'*!. J. p ^ j,, |,o„k j) ol the records ofnlo^lp;a^'e8on 

H Tiiat li.v the denirtU.I the rij,'lil olthe^'en-l pagcH 1 & 2, in the office of the Register of 
ral (iLveiiiuKMit to oere.' a s'tiite int.. ohjdi- 1 Deeds of the county of Washington, State of 



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OMUS Ai MEOffiK 



H. i 




UNinM STATE TICKET nu-.-noithcr have • wt any ^tttW-tion ami of christian ,>rop.iety wiU not a.l- |.listanee run wa. a quarter of a mile, ^^^ ^ 

UiTSwdH V i « I a- ' ■*"^*" ,,„,. tJ.ebreeeL-cloutlmiiaus and some mil of u truusfcr of Uie eiiUre article |, ^j,^. ^efg^i ^f Jim is attributed to .,„«.,-» denial rentins: upon the •uibonty ofj Mlnncwta, in and by which mortgage »aid 

' ,_v., to our columns. Wo ., note from tiie .,,^. .h.,,^,,,,, .,,•„,, „,,..k. The time \he last of th. D .^.atie l.resi.ien,..-u.ey Charles A. Morgan bargame-l. .old and mort 



DEALER IN 



?'i>, Uoi'rrnor, 

Gon. WILLIAM II. MARSll.XLL. 

Ft>r Lientemtnt Gorernor. 

TliO^L^S AliMSliJONtJ. 

/•or Secrefari/ nf St'it^, 

I.iciit. t'ol IIH.N'UV r. KiMiKRS. 

A or i>t<itt Trtdsiirfr. 

rllAULlvS b^CllElH'KU. 

For Alt rnf'j Uenenil, 

G.L WfLLiAM COLVILLE. 



made by the mare was twenty-five 
seeoml!*. 

The Rochester JltpnUican says 



l>ii«tiirt Tiekel. 

Fir lit'prt'scit toll rex. 

liOUEIiT WAISON. 

J. li. II. MlTCllELU 

ISMrni ELLISON. 

Coil Illy Ticket. 

Fur S/trriJ'. 

GFjnUiE M. SEYMOFR. 

For Rio'i^ter of Ihedt^ 

J. 11.' SAWYEU 

For Conntij AtU>rnetf, 

Wm. M. McCLlKK. 

O'untif Trrii surer. 

Col, El). A. FoLSOM. 

For Coroner, 

AKIEL ELDRIOGE. 

Cferk of Cnnrt, 
IIAliVEY WILSOM.^ 
Court Com w i.^xtoner, 

L. li. coi:n.man. 

For County C"iiii>iis.iii»ier^, 
1st Dist.— OUAN<JE WALKER. 



otlicr^tribcs we miiiht mention 

itlu-yhavo the |.rivilc,'e of sutVra;^'c vile sheet a few paragraphs ; 
i will* onrsi-lf. The bhxks liavc been " Tr/««r/v is Lhuoln, thejokin(j pat 

lnniver.allv loval-the Indians and ''''' r'''''^f'*'y'''[:[''^^^ 

I , i' 1 • 1. 1 .».„.;.-.. r "i>ir/i to John Wilkes Jiooth, and 

i otber tribes have been =^l">-t ""»;^ ■-,/.,, ,-, „,// nUjh foryottcn already, 

sjdly disloyal. Thr b1 \oks are ^^"""^'-^fith hardly a (loz>n in the land to 

abidini? eiti/.ens, imiu prions, add Xo- ^f^^rf h'n^ memory f 

the wealth of the country, and to a " Where is Chase ?" 

•1 II 1 ..♦ n;rr,.nt tLe ' " Where IS Hroutrh .■* 

considerable dcirree ntelligeut — ine 

Sion.x Indians and some other tribes ^^^^^ ^^^^ -^^ thaxk (ion for cam-ixo 

are disloyal, lazy and iccnorant, and L,x(olx homk, trheret^tr that home 

are paujiers upon the flovernment. — mayhr. The will of God be always 

Two huudroa .h„„,an,l no^roo,, «»",;';;-■ ;i';,^^,;'Il,:;i.V,:,™'r t^H^M M a n,c..„„ of tl,o ™lis,..a men 



tread aiab'c conspiracy to org.tui*e and arm 
itself. 

4 -That at wory j^afte of the Ki^at contest 

their svinpaihv wati upon the side of the rel)el 

the house of Charles >> hitny was en- ^^^^^ . ^^^ j ^j^^j j^ ^^^^ ^,jj ^\^^.^. organized se- 

tered on Thursday evening last, and cret ,«.eieties (or traiioro.i-< purpor^es ; opposed 

"^ 4^, ..I.:. «• leverv deci^^ve nicasuro ot the general <jov 



iwlsied the arm of ilie*Joveriinieiit in the e:irly gaged unto said Tracy ti. Rich, his heirs and 
dHVBoflhe »trugi.'le, and gave time for the assigns, the following premises lying and being , 






in said county of Washington and Slate of 

Minnesota, and described in said mortgage aa I 

follows, to wit -.—Lots one (1) and two (2) in ! 

section ten (10) ; the north half of the north nillllTni 

east quarter of section ten (10) ; lots one (1) H I'lllji 1 '|l 

and two (2^ in section fifteen (15) ; lot two (2) ' | /^f J]j|| | 

in section font teen (14) all in township thirty 



nye StufTH 

OF EVERY DESCRIPnON, 




however, droj.ped the vest near the 1 enforcement of the draft ; incited riois in the , and containing in all, according to Govern.nent 
" Wedeprerat'' a.'<.-*>t-'<.fination, ykt ' door and carrie 



A LAKOI? 



his pants abstracted. The thief, j |;j.|"jj;;^.|;;. ,:^;^j^,,.j, ,i,.,.^.j,^. ^r iiidireilly the [ two (32) n. rth of range twenty-one (21) west. 

>cd the vest near the enforcement <d- the draft ; iiiciu^l riois in the and containing in all, according to Government , ^ ^^ » 

„ . -- .,r,.at cities ■ filled the people with gloom and Burvev, two hundred and eighty-fave "Jl^'^ ' A m H #^ AltlfllPfP Sf OCK 

«1 off the pants. Mr. 5|;;^,„;,;,;;U, „nd finalh-, in the critical mo acres.' together with all the heriditaments and ,^.00 f^OUipiCEC {^fcVt.Jk 



W 'i money and watch were m the | ment ot tlie struggle declared that t 

, .1 ^u- e „o -,nW fl.« »ns a failure, that the nation was unii 

vest i»ocket, so the thiet w as only tlie ^^j^^,,.,,^^ „,^. ,^.i,^iiiou, ,^,.d damoi ed fo 



declared that the war ! appurtenances thereto belonging or in any- 



unmentionables ahead. 



iible to 
r mea- 
su'ies, which, if carried out, could only have 
resulted in the division and destruction of tlie 
nation. 

.*•. That it is now the inlention of the Dcra- 



LIJTSEED OtLf 



wise appertaining, — to secure the payment of | 

the sum of six hundred («600) dollars and in- | v^.^RXlSnES BENZOLE, nRUSHES- 

tvrest. according to the terms of a certain 

promissory note of eren date with said mort- 




gage, executed by said Ch irles A. Morgan to 
said TracT G. Rich, due on or before six 



White Lead 



7 



months after date, and which mortgage con- , ^yiNDOW GLASS, PL'TTY, MANU 
tains a power of sale duly recorded with said 



I Semper Tyrnnnhfrom Maine, to the 
vaxed, ' golden str'andu of our irestent hnunda- 
, ..^ ..o .... V. . , . /mited the admnce of u$ur- 

Ikj represented,/""'. , ,rfv .*w^//w " 

, r ^ pafton most effectually. 

'• making ot our ' ,, i;,„coln has gone." 



other citizen of Minnesota. 

If this class of citizens .ire taxe 
why should they not \ 

and have a voice in th«! iuumiiih v.i «».. ,t j/mcoln has gone 
laws? The universa psudo Demo- 1 ^^^.^o fiddled while Rome was burn- 
cratic party, and a fcs-J weak-jointed j .^^ . yet Nero's carcass never con- 
Republicans, with hoi; horror reply— t.ji„^.,| a heart so black, so develish, 
" O, give the nigger he right of «'d-, ^^ hellish, as that of Brick Pomeroy. 
4'h Dist. — .\KTIIl'R STEPHENS.; {Vage, and you j>lace 1 im on an equal- 
■'-**^^"»' I ity with the white tnan—T con^id>r 

We are again compelled to omit a myself better than a neyro/^ That j^^^ lister's virtue for a glass of beer, 
few advert i.-.emonts which should have | is the argument. Th.it is the Demo- _^^^^ ^,^^ ^^^^ pennies would crucify the 
appear el in this paper. | cratic argument. It 's a novel one.— ^^^^^^^^^.j^ j^,^ ^ Savior of the world. 

The proposition cairies with it thel^j^^,^ Fomeroy should be la.shed 
question, either in the mind of the^^^j^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^,^^ ^^^^^j^^ ^^^j ^^g,, j-ill- 



soldiers, and more especially to the 



Third regiment? 



civilisation ot ihc entire Nation. 

AV.W,«/. Tliat the sj.irit of our institutions 



The Atlas, of Minneapolis, says: 
Ti'ouhlesome— the bears— not such as 
frequent Wall street, but genuine 
Bruins are getting to be troublesome 
to our sheep-growers. Several com- 

, . e • lo nn.r«n flinir flocks I whose whole machinery may 

plam of raids upon their tlocks.^ | ,i,.ir .'.e.tn.etion. 

R 



mortgage. 

And, whereas, said mortgage and note were 

' on the twenty-seventh day of January A. D. 

' 1 862, sold, as-signed and transferred by said 
Tracv G. Rich, by E. S. Edgerton his attor- 
ney in fact, to Robert G Coffin of Duchess 
coiinty. New York, which as.'»ignment is in 
» ritiiig, and was duly recorded in the office of 
the Regirter of Deeds of said Washington 
isi,u.uo..» ^^ ^^ ^^g f„„rfi, d^y „f October A. D. 

••; P'*\''.":f I 1865, at one o'clock P M. in book G o 



FACTURERS' STOCK, SOAP-MA- 
KERS' & TANNERS' STOCK, 



E 



requires tl-.at the nioa>nru of a man' 

rigl.is ,liall be neitiier his religion, his birth- , ^^ ^^^^ g^^g ^ 5^,4 

jdnw, his race, his color, nor any merely phy- ^^^^ whereas, there is now due and unpaid 
sieal elii>raiteri.-.tic ; and that it would bc.<ub-| ^ ^1^ g^jj i^jj^^. ^„^j mortgage the sum of 
versive ofhotli the ?pirit and form of our m- 1 j;,q,7 |,.^ ^^j „o proceedings at law or othei- 
biiiuiK.ns, 10 permit any portion of our | opii- ^.^^ j^^^.J ^^^^ instituted or had to recover 
Litioii to niiiiiin a d.giadi.i aiiu subject caste, ^j^^ amount secured to be paid by said mort 
taxed 10 support, and coinpeilod to iHjey, a 
g..\ei unit lit ill which they iiave no voice, am 
• - be dircceid to 



PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY 
COMPOUNDED. 

f mort- I jpf^j Qjg'j,^ Prices LoW. 



Stillwater, Oct. 3, 1866. 



. irage, or an>- part thereof 



RECONSTRUCTION! 

TAKE THIS mETHOD OF 



Tim: OV El.K€TIO^. 



All v..ters ..l.ould bear in tnind that ^^^^^ ^^.,^,, ^^^^^ -^^ ^^ i„ ^i^^ ^i,„i, of , ^'^ . -^,^;j,,,^.„^,„^„^ ^,^,g of a briga<le 
in Minnesota and N\ isconsn. tlie elec- ^.^ neighbors, that h' is not a., yood. ^^ Jon.lemned 



tiun takes place on TUESDAY THE 



trovernment mules. 



SEVEN'lTl DAY OFNOVEMBER. ; 
«;> and siear 



Now therefore, i-otice is hereby given that. -^ 
under and by virtue of the power of sale con I j[ 

t;.ined in said mortgage, and pursuant to the informing mv old friends and customers and 
•der 01 tne | ^^^^^^^^ j^ such case made and provided, the ^^ ^lic generaUv, that 1 have 
• A^'^'-"'.'*'" I 8„id mortgage will be foreclosed, and said \ ^ ^ 

., , . „^'-*"""'^'''"i above deseiibed mortgaged premises and prop- I RE'QPEJVEM^, 

pernicious principles of tli.- rebvlliuii, w liRii j ^^.j^. vvith the tenements, hereditaments and' 
Om- count V authorities have of- ' tailing to destroy the life of the nation struck ! ^ -^..^^..^nees, will be sold at public auction, 1 at the old stand — SAWYER HtJUSE BriLD 
^yi.i .,w« .ijr ^,...... ;,.. „w..«, ,.,n«. f rusted and beat beloved ^V the Sheriff of said county of Washington, ING— corner of Myrtle and Second streets, 

for cash, to the highest bidder, at the front j Stillwater, where 1 propose to keep a FULL 



The tiling that wrote t«»at article .^^^^^ with an appreciative relish for | ^^....w, That in the cruel murder of the 

would ravish his mother, would sell , ' ,, ., .,, „r.,tifv their an- late Executive of the United States, Abraham 

good mutton, seek to gratllN ttlCir ap ^._^^^^_^^ ^^ recognize the natural result ot the ; — ^ d,,t.,ioed mortgaged premises and prop 



l)etite8 at the expense of sheep-own- 
ers. 

fered a premium of $15 each for Bru- 
in's scalp. 

James Winters, of Plainview, rais- 
ed 1,6U0 bushels of wheat on forty 
.acres of land, which is the largest 



down its ablest, most trusted and best beloved 
repre.-entalive ; and we pledge ourselves to 



gather from his martyrdom new devotion to j^^^. of the Court House, in Stillwater, in said 1 and GOOD assoitnient of 
the great principles he so well maintained, and j ^^^^^^^^j. v\rjjj^),i„gton, oc Wednesday, the 



as a negro! Perha >s they are "*>t ' j^j^.y,,,^, j,, ^eath would be too good 

—it is a question of their own raising. [ ^^^ ^^.^^J^. ^^^^^ ^^.^^^. ,j^..jf],^ ;,- ^x^^^^^. bo a ; yiel.l we have heard of this year 
«o"vt'7norDoimelly.;Theymusthavecomiainctionsofcon-;p,.^^.^.^^^^^^^^ ' 

] science on the H"l>ject— otherwise ^^^ ^^^ .^^^^ ^^^^^j^p^p,p,_.^ seething. 

Every citiicen should go out next ^hey would never have made the is- jjjj,3i„jj foiling furnace, where the an- kj.^j j„ j,mnber, passed through Roch- 



says the Rochester Republican. 

A drove of sheep, fourteen hun- 



Thursday evening and he.>r Governor ■ ^m. 

I>omicily,» It will be a " feast of rea-. The question of " ?quality," restilt- ^^^j ^j.^^j^ throughout the eternal agt 

son and flow^ of soul" We wtudtl [ \^„ from universal suffrage, is merely 1 _^b^,rj, j^ x\w place for the miserable 



thracite crackles and the flames leap ^^^^^ ^^ Tuesday last. They 

driven from Michigan, and 



especially urge those who are squeam 
isl> on the Suffrage question to go.— 
To listen to a few wholesome truths 
will not demoralize them. As yet, we 
cannot announce tbe place of meeting, 
but presume it will be at the Court 
House if the weather is unfavorable 
for an out-door meeting. 



bosh— the result of prejudice and 
weakness. We have seen huge 
squaws sporting duplex elliptic hoop 
skirts, and we have seen the wives 
and daughter* of ouf Democratic can- 
' didates basking in the same dazzling 
! costume. Does that place them on an 
i " equality" with tlic <quaw 'i By par- 



were 
were 



bound tjr Rice county. 



miscreant. 

Brick Pomerov is the cxjtnncnt of 

Wisconsin. May ' *'^"« 



in d.fense ot which he perislied. j ij,i,.teenth dav of December A. D. 1865, at 12 

RrifJred That we tender to the officers and ! o'cloe^k noon of that day, to pay and sati.,fy 
soldiers wi.o have so gallanth sustaineu the \ the amount then due on said mortgage and ex- 
honor of om State and the nation in the late P«»8e8 of sale ^OFFIX A.si-nee 
war our heartfelt and profound thanks; their ROUERT G. CUttA, Assignee. 
LrvCs and sufferings will ever be borne in Van Ettkn & Okf.ckk, Att'ys for Assignee, St 
remembrance bv a grateful people' while the | Paul, «'"»• 
names of the gallant dead will be ch -rished ..e | October 21 18bS. 
the (troudest legacy which can be left to inspire 
and direct posterity. 

Re»otifd, That the existence of an Imperial 
government, sustained by foreign bayonets, 
upon the soil of our sister republic of Mexico 
is a violation of the established policy of our 
nation, and a constant threat against its in.sti- 
tutions and integritv, and we demand that our 



" Democracy in 



crats 



Con neet lent. 

The little State of wooden nutmegs 



ity of reason it doe^. Scores ot men 
rHK SVr;^nVCi^QlS>TIO>\ 1 .„ j,,i^ ^.^^ ,, wUl vot.- the Democratic 

Yesterday we received an anony- ticket. V\ 

through the|t^-«^^ne 1'"^' ^" "' 'T.^IPV U^S ^^a^ Tou^I^y/'and its vote | stUlat large.-i?.^-/ie.rer i^«^ 



IIouRin ^f7;'^^«.-^\^j;'-^;;l"^^^^^^ wH, lead 

ked to learn that .>lr. \> an en ^ wiifidrawal of the invaders- 

brut all v I *^ ^ 

God have mercy on Wiscosiu D emo- '"'T;'",' _■ q^* i?AW,W. That the present financial condi- 

uou n.iv «. uiiie J murdereel on i ue.»<iu> i^.r », « _ y \ ,._^„ „, ,,,„ ,.„„„,„ .lemanda that the strictest ^,^,„|^ y „f mortgages on pages 297 and 298, in 

-. - . •Ill 1 I ec.MiuiiiT c.w...^ .,. ,.. - - ■— and by which mortgage said mortgagors oar- 

han, residing m that neigtlOorhooa. | j^j^,;,,,, of both the State and National govern- gained, sold and mortgaged to said Maria B 
Mr Y'oumans" bodv was found in a ' „,ents, and we ask that as soon as the re-es- i^^y^,,,, ),„,. i,ei,s and asrigns, the following 
r..vin<> where Callahan was mowing, tablished credit of the nation will permit, that ) i^,;ds and premises, lying and being in the 
, li • I .,f ,.l,.on tr. tLp bono with I t' e indebtedness of the United States shall be | county of Washington and State of Minnesota, 
both thighs cut ( lea 1 to me oont w iiii ^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^,^ ^^ mi^^T^^i than at ^„j described in said mortgage as follows, to 

and basswood hams which skirts Long a scythe. The trouble is saul to nav t | ^^^.^^,,1^ ^^^ ih^t all incqualiti ■ ■ • 

Toln.1,1 ^oiind on the north, is distill- 1 ori<»inated about Callahan s cattle ] „f j^^j^tion 51,^11 be removed. | and the east half of the uonh-west quaitcr of 

ISian.l .oiint _ _ , ,. ,. I ..7, , , ,„_: ,,. j,,„noyed Mr. | „..,,,.,»,....,.„„.,,„;.,:.,.,.;_ „f .»,„„„„. | section xVa eighteen (18) in township No. 



GROCERIES, 

CROCKERY WARE, 

DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, 

HATS AND CAPS, 

BOOTS AND SI10E<, 

ORTGAGE SALE. — Default has beea ' „nd all articles usually fonnd in a general 
ITA made in the conditions and payment of n j Store in this country, which J will i»eli »■* 
certain mortgage executed and delivered by I i-heap as the cheapest 
John P. Furber and Isabella Furber his wife, T^/^Tl? C^ A Gl'^T 

of the county of Washington in the State of | Jz^ V.^-tv V^-£:\.C?-lrj-. 

Minnesota, to Maria D. Dayton of Ramsey j ^^ (Customers and all others are cordially 
couiitv and Slate aforesaid, which mortgage | i„^.ii^.jj t^ ^^\\ and examine our stock, 
bears date September 12, 136;i. and wa^ dulv j joTHAM LOWELL, bo well known to 

rec .rded m the olhce ol the Kegister of Deeds , " • ^„^^,„„,,,, ^.i„ .^t as my agent fe,r 

oKsaidcouutyofWasangloi. e>uthe2odda 1^ -'esent. which is a sulticient assurance 
of May, A. D. 1864, at two o clock 1 . M. in , Ijje^ P^^ ^^^^^^ ^. ,, ,^^. ^^.,.„ ^,.,.^^^^ 

WILLIAM TIUBETTS, 
Stillwater, Oct. 4th, 1805. 



xM' 



mou.s communicati' >n 

pcst-otHce, .signed -.1 i>/>/./../.m/."i stance are tnt^^y ma-.e our " eqe.a. V;;"''- ;-„,^^,,-, suffrage. Most of 

Were we a s^.rtsman. we would wa-| God pity us, it such ^etbe ease !- 1 against ^^^^^^^ ,f C.-.-necticut la- 



present, and that all inequalities in the burdens [ ^j^ . fhe west hall of liie iiorih-easl quarter 

.|,o:ntour b:dlot in| J^'":;;,\';,l ;,, American history for its ! which had sot-iously annoyed Mr. /cc.<>/m^ inai inr aununisirauon e.. tne^r.. , -----.. . j^ 

,', bv this circum- ; Charter Oak, its Ilartfor.l Conven- ^ Voumans. Ctillahan has fled, and is ^,^,, g„,,.;nn,e,,t during t».e past live yeans, in I twenty-seven (27) noril. of range No. twenty 



R. 



S T R « !« « '& 



The latest instance of " rotation in 



JRcxoittJ, That the aJniini.<tration of the gen 



the hands of the late lamented President, i C^^) ^ < i , i ,,. .,„„„,., ,i,.. 

lilt, iiaim.T /. .... 1. J r .1 i i-oiiiainiai: 160 acres ot land, to secure tlie 

Abraham Lincoln, and m the hands of the j <-«"i""""fe.^V" ,. ., _' ._,.._.__ 

present executive, Andrew Johnson, in all | P J' 



west of the fourth principal meridian, 

nd, to secure the 

iKiit of the sum of one thousand and iwi n.y 



delusiorl that crops" came to our knowledge yester- j liberties of the country, meets with our hearty 
•nt in a hoi ' -lav through Mr. James Lynn, ol | upproval and concurrence. 



♦v,^» «-u .« lb.. f..lIow i Five hundred men in St. Paid will . , _ 
irer two to one that w hen tne leiii^w . ,., r> .. ^ r'*^'^ 

*' . , . ,, 1 , vi.rbt ' vote for Hkxrv M. Hke, no< on« o/Uhe hidinsi of a parchmei.i - -.7, ^j- , 

writes his n.^^ ..<;!■ nght j ^^^^^^^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^.^^ ^\tn^^ ^^^^ p ^^^ J^ ^^^. ,^^^^.^^^^^ ^^^^^^_ ^^^^^^^ ^ ,i,,y, who preseidt^l us 

hi 



their efforts to preserve the Union and the 
icrties of the country, meets with our hearty 
iproval and concurrence. 

n','nlf"J, That in behalf of the people ofMin 



d/iiars, accortiing to the terms of iwo promisso- 



Carpet Hall^ 

225 Third Street. 

St. Paul - • MimieT*aisw 



Importer, Dealer in and Manufacturer of 



r^ notes of even date with said mortgage, one | C\U1>£]'S, OIL CLOlll.'s. .>1A iri.VliS. f I RrilX- 
lor *r)10 due in one year from date, and the 



other for 1^510 due in two years from date, and 
both bearing twelve percent, per annum inter- 



Miiteriiils and Triinmins''. 
UPHOLSTERING AND FURNiSHiNG GOODS,, 




"from the /;>*w of vour last issue I in uie same oo.x unit ..1.. ...^x, "' " | ^ ^^^-^ | (^.^.j^ention, Isaac Toucey Mu: Rick— Mr. President, I am in 
Jfer vou are in favo'r of aq«al-ty and| W^^'l' "^^"» ^l<>f ' ^^'^''""t ^mng com- ^^^^^^ .^^ ^.^^^ against impartial stif- ' f^,,^, „,• p.^ce. If the seeded States 
V If i.h.se come out P^'"*^*^ ^^ **^*'' ^* * ^^'^^'^ ^^^''"' ""■ fra^e, we have onlv to say th.at they .„.^. j^.t^.,.,ni„ed to remain out, I am in 

nager suttrage. >• ' I ' • „ ^.^^^^ ^.-,^^1 their wives or daughters ^re all of a piece, "links of the s.ame ] j^vor of their going in peace. I would 

houldly and show your colours. ^^ . ^^ ^^^ other 1 sausage, made out of the same dog.]' 1 ,_,^, furtherthan this. 1 would give them 

But the vote of 6,500 against ""i- : '|^|,j. j-,),-!..* and arsenals within their 



Editorially, we aelmit the right of a 
man to make a jackass of himself, 
provided he does not annoy his neigh- 
bors by his mtettrthly braying Etlit- ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^.^^^ ^^,^^ ^^^^^.^ 
admit the constitutional _ . . . .. „ ., , 



waltz witfi their wives or 
the same evening- -or on 
occasion. Prejudi "e, not reason, gov- j 
ems this cl.ass of f inatics. | 

The event* of ,be late war— the I 



orially, we aamu u.e eo.i. ';-■ have broken the s lackles of the slave 

right of the same ass to P'-PO"nJj^ ,,,, ^^^,^^^^, ^im rnrr. If he be 
any questions he "^^-^-'^jT/e' free, why 'deny hun the rights and 
yet we ^--'^V?^^^^7';j^'lj;,^ of freedom? He was 

vi..e<lregulat.on< or ^'^ ^^^^ ?; born t.pon our soil, has fought our 
of the State of 3Iinnesota or ot the! ^ .... , ., 

United States which compels us to 



versal suftVage in Connecticut is wip- ; limits. If they ask more, I would di- 
ed out by the vote of 2.5,000 in favor ^.,,1,. ^]^^, th^. navy with them. If they 
of it in Iowa, with a clean margin of ^ wanted more, 1 would release them 
18,500 to spare. — Chicaco Trihine. from the public debt. 

I wt.uld even give them more than 
tiiat— Anvthi.vo fou Peace. 

" Here, Lord, I give myself away, 
'lis all that I can do." 



FOR SALE OR RENT! 



mortgage and the debt secured thereby, whicli 
assignmenl was recorded in the office of the 
Register of Deeds of said county of Washing- 
ton, on the 30th day of July, 1864, in book G ! 
of inortgages, on pages 342 and 343. 

I And whereas, there is now claimed to be 

A good Stock and (irain FARM, 300 acres, j^^_ ^^^ owing, at the date of this notice, upon 
60 acres improved, enclosed with good beard I ^^j^ ^^^^^ ^^^ mortgage the sum of one thous- 



reply to the retpiest. 

It was no; necesasry for the writer 

t« sign himself a " DiinmicraC f'>r 
. his bad orthography and his sublima- 
" ted imimdence would have convinced 



UIVIOIV PL.ATFOBTI. 



—A dispatch has been received 
from General Pope, at Washington, 
stating that intelligence had been re- 
ceived from Central Citv, dated Sep- 
battles alongside nith our brothers,! tember 28, stating that General Con- 

k K ^..'i^ !.,«-« and conir.lies with nor had surprised the Indians under i Adopted by the Repulican Slate 
he obevs otir laws anei compius w uu i . _, ■,-,• \ ^ .s_.. ■....i^i <>< «t mohI 

• ,. ... I .. Medicine Alan on the Tongue River, Coiu'eiilioii held al J»t faiil, 

all the reqmremetits o* citizenship, Medicine u.in, on 1. 1 ^ , Aua 16, 1S65. 

and yet Democracy would debar him killing hfty and capturing hve . al.o ! ^^^^ That for the suppression of the 
V „; nWi^.-n^hin And whv'^ Bj.. their winter supplies ami six hundred ^^^^^,„^,, ,^,,,p„ion ever waged in the 
Ire.m citizenship. And ^Ml) . l>e ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^,^ ^,^j^,^ Tvorld against liberal principles, the rights o 

cause the black n an is loyal to ms •""»'^- \ ,„ mankind and the integrity of the republic, and 

.,f .,,,1 f\,^ ^-LitP di.niocntic command had met the Mou.v, .(Vra})a- , f ^^ which we now 

thcold'est manlivin- that he rtms ff'^vern.ne.t and the >. lute deim-cratic ^ ^,i, ..^^ . aRer three In ov, our profoundest gratitude is due to Al- 

theoldt>t m.MiUMu.^ politician is eli.sloyal to his govern- Dots ana v.ne>t ,..,•„ u,,, ,,:,i,.d "''ghtv God ; and under Him. to the wisdom, 

Moni-out maehluo. — |i days continuous hghting, had Killed .^^^.^^,.^,,00, courage and devotion ol the 



manv of them m , 



ment. 



with that old 

^Ve h^vo seen so many en t.te.u ..., ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^.^^ ^^^^, ^^ ^^^. 

civil life, and so jnr of thnnm the\ ^^.^^^^^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^j^. 

«n.y, we cannot be deceived by the • ,ver again, and the 

--marks. We -"^^^ ^\^!, -;| "^t , - will b^ w >n. Right will tri- 
correspondent is a - i>""'"'^^^^'.,^"^^ ',,„,,,/ ^...^ erroi. Prejudice must 
..I th=it he ought -^ ;^-J^,-;;^„-- \^^,J j^dgment; 
«^ Dimmieratic ticket. torwiierej 

•soever the carcass is, there will the | 'Or, 

sot Ncr meet .,,...,.__" -nd •' Truth, crushed to earth, will ri^e agJ-m ; 

buzzards be gathereel top.elner, anu _ . 

on election dtiy we could place our 



fence. Two good barns— one 30 bv 40, one 
24 by 24. Corn-house and Granary 14 by 26, 
House 14 bv 26 finished completely. 

The farm is located 5 miles from Stillwater, 
on the west side of Carnelian Lake. 

Terms easy and price low. 

Also 3(j0 acres of wild land in section 34, 
township 31, range 20. 

Also 120 acres in township 30 range 20, 3 
miles from Stillwater, on the Boom road to 
Areola. . 

160 acres in St. Croix county « isconsin — 
the north half of the south-east quarter, and 
south half of the north-east quarter of section 
10 in township 31 range 19 west; adjouiing 
Tine lake. Will be so'.d CHEAP. 

One Dwelling-house, pleasantly located on 
Third street, and the grounds consist of a lot 
and a half 

For more full description and terms, apply 
t„ S S. DENTON', Stillwater, 

orCUK.NMAN & STICKNEY 

Stillwater, October, 1865.— 5-4t. 



CUlldren'i- 

CliildreiiNi 

Price; Full 

fifteen articles. $5. 
Dress ana Cloak Making in all its branclioi. 
*LadiP9" Syntem of Dress CutlinK, *l <*- 
*Chililri'ii'» Systi-m of Dre-ss Cutting, W cti. 
TiickiiiKt Pinking an.i Fluting. 
*Imi»rial Drcse Klevators, 7.) I'ts. 
Friucli Corsets, Satin Jean. |5 OJ; Cutil, |7 00- 
Pr.zf -M-dal Skirtsi, ?l W ; |i IK) ami *3 tw. 
<Sl)iial Sprii (iB'Hiom Piwls, |1 OO. 
*r;xcelxior Dr.BB Slii>l<lt. '*> cts. 

♦Combination SuspenJer and Sl.oulder llracea, .5 cU. 
Braid and Embroidery 8lami>8, ♦* |>er doK. 
Diamond NoMlles. 40 cts. per hundred. 
8..'wing Machine Tucking Attachment, W 00. 



MOBTU\«K 8.\LK— Whereas, default has been 
luadi- til ihi- payment and conditions of a certain 



m.'iuc»gf -xwuted and d.livired b.v L. A. BalKock and 
Ajian4.A P. Babcck. hio wife, of Ramsey county, Min- 
AJiai.*i r . D ^ ^^^^ October \b. 1807, which 



and wounded two hundred Indians, loval people of the United States 

;nd scattered them beyond recovery, ! ^''StJ'" :^1br;^;^?^:rr.tl£; 

with loss of stores, camp equipage | ^^ ^.„„„„t ,,,^1 „„r eyes to the fact that Jhe 1 ;;;-;^'^%CJV;^BHbcock, d.,i ^^ ^^ ^^_^ Reguter. of 

and sev 
was not 
woimil 

Thf 
' the folio 



and three hundred and lorty-three dollars and j 
eight cents (*1343 o8), and no proceeding at ■ 
law or otherwise have been instituted or had j 
to recover the amount secured by said mort- ; 
gage or any part thereof i 

Xow theVeforc, notice is hereby given that, ' 
by virtue of the power of sale contained in said j •gcissor. Guago, cutting material any width, 50 cU. 
mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in such 1 .gewInK Rippers, for Machine or hand Sewing. W) cts 
case made and provided, said mortgage will be < wat.r-Pro.,f Drts- Facing. 10 to 80 cu. i»r yd. 
foreclosed, "and said mortgaged lands and »Liiy. jjioom, improving the complexion, 60 cU. 
premises above described, will be sold at pub- 
lic auction by the Sheriff of said county of 
Washington, at the front door of the Court 
Hou*e, in Stillwater, in said county of Wash- 
ington, on Wednesday, the thirteenth day of 
December, 1865, at twelve o'clock noon, for 
cash, to the highest bidder, to pay and satisfy 
the amount then due on said note and mort- 
gage and expenses of sale. 

CHARLES H. OAKES, Assignee. 
Van Ettkn & Okkickb, Atfysfor Assignee, St. 

Taul, Min. 
Dated October 21, 1665. 



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finger tm bim every time. We don't 
question hi^< Democracy— he talks 



The eternal year? of God are hers : 
But error, wounde< , writhes in pain, 
And dies amid itt worshipers." 



like a Democrat, he looks like one, j 

he acts like one, and be w one ot | p^ppborn county are as follows : 



The Repubfu an nominations m 




Soft. pure, and free fr<ftn auglu to harm 
The tendcrest complexion. 
♦Roseate Bloom, tinting the coinplelion, .V) cU. 
Will tint the cheeks as Nature tints 
The rosy shells of ocean I 
♦Curling Cream, beautifying the liair, 50 cts. 
♦ Perfume Packets, ex.)ui(iitely fragrant, 60 c«. 
MMB.DKMORKSrS Purcha-ing Agency, for any ar- 
ticle to be procured in New York. 

♦DKMORiCSTSS MOXTHLV MAQAZISK and MMK. 
OKMORHST-S MIRROR OF FASHIONS, «5 cts. Yearly 
$3 with valuable premium. 

List to the sounds borne on the breeie ! 

From every quarter lo ! it comes, 
A Maga/.ine of worth i- found. 

txalting both our taste and home*. 
f^ UARDIAN'S SALE.— Pursuant to an or- j y^„^^ ^^^..j thu.n* ate «!nt by mail, post free, oo 
VX der of '.he Probate of Ramsey «'«'">•- ,.^.^^,4 „, ice. The other., are sent by expr.«s on w- 
Minnnesota, licensing mc to sell certain real ^ ^^,p^ ^f ,„e amount, or collected on delivery. 

Dealers will please' send for Wholesale Price List. 
Address M.MK DEMORKST' 

4:8 BaoADWiV, N. 1 . 
Ladies, cut the above cot for future reference, or for 
.ther particulurs see Demor.af. Monthly Magazioe, 
send for a Circular. 



them! Good bv^. »^'*^'*'* s^-entedt 

bird. * j 

His insolenx-e, however, furnishes, 
us a theme upojx which we designed | 
makinirafew rem;irks, though from 
a more christian tcTct. Hy way of 
wish to sav that we do 



Representative— A. Armstrong. 
Register of Deeds- -John Wood. 
Treasurer — J. L. G bba. 
Clerk ot Court— H D. Brown. 
Sherifr— A W. St. John. 
Judge of Probate— B. J. House. 
Good nomini-tions ! We have 

well. 



familv by the name of Clark, living i petuai peace of the nation. 

Vn • r-'-«^lr ;.i th\<i fotintv were Re»<>liKd, That having at all times denoun - 
near Cram Creek, m this county, >> eie ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^_^ ^^ b^_ ,^^ ^j^^.^^^^ ^^^ ^^^._ 

burned to de.ath by the exjilosion ot j i„g throughout the late war lent our hearty 
Kerosene oil on Sunday night last, in 
the following shocking manner : 

Having occasion to fill a lamp, Mr. 
Clark mulertook to do so without e.\ 
tinffuishing the blaze. 



b.s heii^ and «^.ign^, all the following described lands , 
nd premises lying and being in the counties of Wash- 
ngv n and Chisago, in th.- State of Mmne^ota, and de- 
cnl.e.lin.aidni..rtg»geHS follows, to wit : the south ^OX 



The south west quarter (JJ of 8e«;tion eleven j 
) and the north-east epiarter (J) of the 
■th-west qtiarter (i) of section fourteen (14) | 



A NEW BUSINESS 



and cordial support to every measuie looking 
to its suppression, we now hail its extinction 
with " unfeigned satisfaction," and with the 
conviction that we have been instrumental in 
clt^ansing the nation of this foul blot ; and we 
furthermore pledj.,e ourselves never to permit ] e v en 
The oil in the i it to be revived in any portion of our national 
domain, under any new name or under any 



w«.t quarter of section N... nineteen (l») "> »<7»«'''P , township twentv-eight (28) range twcnty-one, 
ihiriy-two, (821 range twenty HJne.O-i I; *''fl^'''l^}„^, Lon Af>out oiie-half of said property IS fenc- 
^^;I^^^::^J:^] rwXTi'rt^-rhr. \ '!^tA.^,. cultivation, and there is a good 



■ction No. twenty-seven, e*v w"-"ie - ^ ; vu ai.v. ,...-»- - j _ „ 11 «f 

,S8,of range twenty. (2<l. containing 16o»cres,t.. secure |,ou.,e, barn and out-bmlding and a well Ol 
the payni-nt of the sum of tSOi, according to the terms 



--,— • _ _ - 11 llllinill, titles v,s ■••i»«.>," - . I «Bu-a " "i.« - •— -» - 

limn took tire and exploded, comniu- j pretense; determined that not ouly paid upon said notr and morts 

nic im the tire to the can, which al- slaveryM!-!. perish, but that all its form, ap- ;;--— --';;a':g""':r 
nicating ine urv i^- .. . « pliances and theories shall pensh with it. | i,een in,iitut. .1 or had to r.c .v 

<.« „^..L.d«.l pnvcLipintr him in tlameS. i*^ ^ _,_, _,,_. .^ „ .K„ «,i,tinp I Ue paid by .aid note and mort 



of a r;rtHin proniisi«.ry note given by said ^ *• B»'*^ 
c.«k to said C. W. BabCK-k, with interest, and bearing 
dau- with ..aid mortgage, and d mx year after 
date ; which mortgtig.conUius a power^f uele duly re- 
cord, d with saiil inoitgage. . , j „j .,„ 
And whereas. Uiere i» claimed to be due and un- 
irtgag." at the date of this uo- 
ired and forty eight dollars 

Lt law. or otherwise, have I 
„ ,ver the amount secured to 
ortgage, or any p*rt thereot 



Rc.olv^. That inasmuch as the ^^'^*^^^ji\^J'J^^'^^^,X:;:::ZM^^^^^^ 



so exploded, enveloping 

Hr. ran out dot^r, and rolled hini.self ' remn.int of the so-called Democratic party i« ! b;;'/,7;of'tl>V"|;Cw;r"ot"s".l/ contained In said m.^t 

"„„ ,",:" rt, i„u bCor. he couU, j J|-f -^^rSri". "^^^''1^ ! ^^STS^X^^^^^St 



above deic I1>«1 with 



preface,wc wi^Utosayttitt. ".^.^., ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ j^^^ ^,,^ ^ _ 

not midertake to speak tor tbe^^l^ ^.^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ onv\.,,c...'A\n..i»^^^nAn.^^^^^ the >e. I «;- ^;V:u;i"« ^i w^^iiing^ 

publican party. It that V^^^^'^^l'-^^J ^,^^^^^^^^^^.^,,,^^ ,^,^^^^^^ a crusp. His wife was Jj;')^ «'-f. j;;, ^^^ ^^, ,,,,,,, ,« therefore [ .or^hte. .he ..ig^^^^^^^^^^^ 



,:;;i7ariri; jusVand'^ight ; 2:^!::^,^::::^ ^^^.^^^y^^r^'^^^i^^^^ 



vie.-,, w. will give .horn .r.-l.t '-^ A -J-J. Jo,e_^ 



cnn' everlastinglv i sitting near the door, holding a sick 
V of that 1 chihl, but when the explosion took 



democracy 



spon.Mbilitv of its past record, we therefore 

charge upon it, „„ We.m. sday ih- thi.t,-enth day ef I>«"f°''*r;.*- "^ 



water, on said premises. 

SIMON POWERS, Guardian. 
Dated, St. Paul, Aug- 29, 1865.— nl 3t 
The above sale is postponed until Saturda^ 

the 14th day of October, 1865. 

"llNravmiiLUEWING MACHINE. 



The undersigned has received the agency o 

the above Machine ior this cily and vinity. wears experience 

I will sell them at St. Paul pi ices, thereby ^^^^_*'*,l^T , ' 

saving to the purchaser, freight and traveling 

CApcnses. . _ „^m r^v-i.- 

*^ jOS. E, SCHLENK. 

Stillwater, May 15, 1865.— n38 



.be same: but we .dy presmne ^^^^ ^ Z^' ^Z,:^:^ ^^^^^ ^ „,,,,eK m 

.peak our own sentiment.s.^ ^^ e do ;;7;;.;,^.^.. j,^^,.,,,,,^, ,, ,,,if .bite , could be rescued both mother «"^^ | -mpt for^the^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ v. r.vr« . o„. J; I^tyl^tJ^rTort^sg. 

t. thev will do it : ehild were burned to asbe«=. . - r. 



this without fear, favor or atfeetion. J^^ 
fM\<^v '--f equal stit^Vage f*''^- 



gee 



, , — Quality, 

,St.Panu; retail, by 



ETBOLKlJMl Oil., Extra 

For sale, wholesale and 
J. A. BATES. 



EDWARD DEGGELLER, 

BimSKIl\ DRESSEH 

WEST OF STATE PRISOX, IN STONE 

HOUSE OF FRANK AIPLE 
The highest market price will be piild for 
j DEER. SHEEP and HORSE SKINS. 

'Special notice is hereby gi ven that havinp 

d 25 yean* experience in the TANSIKO 
BUSINESS, I am prepared to dress Buck- 
skins of all kinds at the lowest prices. 

Particular attention given to dressing skina 
and furs, letting the hair remain on the same. 

Satisfaction will be guaranteed to all. 

SliUwatcr. Aug- 29, 196.%.— til -im. 



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County IflTalr*. 

The Countv coininu-'sioii ts ilo^i'il their scs 
sion on Tuesday evenins "f last week. 
During the forenoon «n I part of the 



Ro ifU w;i.< 



after' 

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yim Mvtxi\$mtnH. 



n*vi„K ..Me.1 to our formor ...rKe ,...ck of JO.UUNO „.,0., of that a.v. tlu^ 

■ " taking »coouiit of expotuii- 

the fiscal year, and 



MATKRIAU the Mes^-nii-r tXBc w now l*tt.T i.r^i>»r. ,j,p i^„„ity farm. 



cJ th»n ev..r l*tore to .vecote M k*nd. -I PLAIN and 
ORNAMKNTAL 

Our rnaterials are moMly .u'W. and .mr fi..Hiti.* f.-r ex- 
ecutes all kinJ- "' ''^■■'' •" •""'"• '^''" "" """ '"'" 
out work that wilt 

Coup fawiablT with that ol any other Offce in the State. 

Brinn or »>-nd your ..rd-r* if you want jobbing ..v-cu- 
t«-J NKATLV and BXPEDHIOCSLY. 



fures and receipts durhi} 
of the piopertr on hand, uid oon-ultin- with 
the Ov.rseer ahout tlie tflTairs and manage- 
ment of the institution g- ncrally. 
The expen:.os f^>r the yea^ were . . flMft 70 
Rec'pts from sale jftoduc . stock, &c. fl^» a4 



I'niou .n«*«^liiii;*^ ' 

Hon. losiTiis DosNKLLT, the young and 
pitted member of Congress from this district, 
wiU address the people of the St. Croix Valley 

as follows : 

STIIXWATER. Thursday, Oct. 26. 

MARINK, Friday, Oct. 27. 

TAYLORS FALLS, Saturday. Oet. 28. 

The local committees of the various towns 
nhould ninke arrangements for these meetings ! 
and j:ive Mr. Donnelly a rousing reception. | 
We re.-'pcctfully call the »ttenti<»a of the Un- 
ion low.i committees to the above appoint- 
ments, and trust they will make all necssary 
arrangements. 

St. Paul Ai>vektisemk\ts. — Tli»^ 
bii.<inoss men of St Paul api.reciate 1 
the benofits arising from advertisiii,2. 



Expense? over receipts *"^50 3fi 

The number of inmate: during the past year 
was f. om I to 4 At pr sent ihev number but 
dentlv from Ireland, 



2 • one a voung man, ev 

who was taken there in he early part of In.t 
..ummer, a confirmed but harmless lunatic. The 
other is an old Scotch v oman. who has been 
an inmate for the last fi' e years. The farm, in 
all its details, is in exellent condition, and is a 
crelit to the county am to the persons having 
charge of it. It i hel eved that, aher a few 
years, when more of th. land is brought undtr 
cultivation, it will bo a ielf-sustr.ining institu- 
tion. 

Mr. George Walker, ^^e present incumbent, 
inted Overseer for the ensuing 



J. R. BRAOEIV, 

Wh' Ifiale atiil Itct.iil Doalcr in 

Iron* Ralls M«'el, Hard Ware, 

Wagon & Uuifv Hub», Sfw»kes. Felloes, Shafts, 

I'nIea.ThiiiiMe Skein Wrisrnn TJ.>X'-s. 
SVRISaS, AXLJ:8. X'ARRIAOK TRIM.MING8,*c. *c. 

No. ISl Third Street, S t. Paul. 

itTb HAKWOOD, 

dealer in 

Stoves, Tinners Stock, House 

FIRMSINT, GHOnS, 

raaiinla<>tur<>tl Tin Ware, Ac, 

I is: THIRD STREET. 

PRAtFF^ Ill'OlISOl, 

Whol.-al- ami R-tail Dfaleri In 

BOOTS & SHOES, 

No. 221 THIRD STREET, j 

R.vei-i' Blo<k; a fnt' <l',or* aho,y the Bru{yf,\ 
«T. P\l U Mi:«M«OTA. 




1 



(»raprou'$ Column. 





As to where the following 
article^J can be bought. 



10 tjuart pahs, 
6 .juart do 



Countv house, the 



BOWEN BROTHERS, \z:tz 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

AND LEADING JOBBERS IN 

STAPLE &MCY DRY ROODS, 

Notions, Woolens, 
WOB8TE D GOO DS. ETC.. ETC. 

Announce Increased Facilities and arrange- 
ments bf which their stock, will continue 



3 ((Uart puns, 
<i do do 
One pint pans. 
4 piece Dish pans | r. piece Dish pans, 
6 piece Dish puns. 

' Oust pull.", 3 kinds. 



CITY im STflM! 

NEW GOODS 

Have arroved, and arc al- 
ways arroviug* 

CliOICB, SELECT DRUGS OF 
ALL KINDS ! T- 

Every Patent Jftedlcine you 

see advertised, al- 

ways OH handf 



S PEC I A L. 



31 



NOTICES. 

RE 



UUW LOST, IIO'.V 




Jelly cake pans. 



Pres-scd pans, all sizes I 1,000 PACKAG?:S of HOWE k STEVEN'S' 



AXH001) : 
STORED. 

Ju»t pul)IiKli><1 « tiPwctiUixn of Dr. 
(•i;tVKRW!.l-L'S< CKLKBRATrD 
KSB.AY "11 till' riiilical cure, Iwitli- 
^■^ ^ (.ut meiliciiit-; of Spenniiiorrh-ii-rt, 
or «iiilii!>I wuuliitirs^. Involuiitaiy." i:iinal L >^s--6, Imp..- 
UMV. M. .ital uii.l Plii>i<;:.l "u:.|K.i-t.v Iint.e.«ni<-iiU to 
Mairlapit.. -, hIm. CONS^LIMPTrON. El'ILKI'CY an.t 
FIT? induced l<y iplf indul(r<-iiceor»<-x.iiHle.\ti*va|f»iic<;. 
t-^'l'f !•;■■. in a scaled <iiV',-l.|.'', <>iil.v <i ixut«. 
Tin- Ruttior in fli?« aiJint-tfhle M»ay d.arly dcm- 
oni'trat^s, from tliirtv v.^arB mi. ces^.'r.!i!iacticc, tli:it tii" 
i'larnilinr ciins'-qiifncfa of self-oi'U'te may be radically 
cureil witlioiit the ilai.K.>r..n» «>"• .iflnt^rnal medinm-or 
llie apijliCHtion of the knife— p-itjtiiiK "ul a mode of 
cure, at once simpl". c-rt:if'i ml .IT ctital. Ii.v ciemi- of 
whlili everv RiilT rer, no iiiiitU-T nlint J)i« coiiditi.ni. luay 
cure himself clieai>ly, privately, aii.l UADU'ALLr. 

*i -This Lecture ^lllou^d be in the haftd* of every 
youth and everv man In the land. 

' Sent under seal, in a plain enve|.ii>«' to any a<l(lrei!ii, 
poST-»Ali>, on receipt of »ix Ceuts, or two poi>t »Uii'p«. 
Addr.8>< the publisher". 

ClIAS. .1. C. KI.INE 4 CO., 
127 B«wory, N. Y.. I'.sl. Oltice h .t Vfi<\. 



wa-s re appoi 
year. 

Returning from th. 
Board inspected the ne * bridge acrof... Brown <> 

fretk, which had been finished only a f*'' j f 'mI^,, ftlock. 
It is a fii e and substantial struc- 
Wm. Wi lini. Esq.. which fact 



Wh..le,nle and R.t»il Dealer in ^,,,^ ^,. . 

11 mm .VRE . STOVES , -^^£^sf i^sfr fA 

Tin-WHrf. \nm' Shovf U. nniil's .Up^ ■ include a full line of L«ad;"g P°p7;"y" ^^ 

WO^TE^IIOI.^ crTLERV Sc. . the package, at manuct^^^^^^ 

No. 113 THIRD STREET. '"^'^« ^he trade oi m , „ ,_ ^^.__ 
- - SI. Paul 



10 inch pie plates 
9 inch pie plates 
8 



davs before. 



ture. built by 



PRO ALi. 



FreiKh and Time by purchases in Chicago. 
^ We have the Exclusive Sale of many brarujs 
- , ofgpods. are Agents for P-ttsburgh EAGCE 



an will be seen l)y reference to ouria'.one 



;::„;:;:.;:"..;-*« fo,.h.n,.. sma *«» .mi^^mmncmi^ 



Our 

our 



10 (it covered pails 

6 qt do do 

4 qt do do 

3 qt do do 

'2 (jt do Uo 
1 pi do 

12 qt Flaring 



do 
do 



Ural pie plates^ 
Scollop pie plates, 
ABC do 



10 qt Flaring pails 
5 qt do do 
12 qt do niilkpalU 
10 qt do do 
Larpe chamber pails 
Small do 
Uirge dinner 



Lyon's Periodical Drops I 

niE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY 
FOR IRREGULARITIES, 



DURKEE'S GROUND SELECT SPICES :— 
Ginger, Pepper, Mace, Nutmeg. Ciiinainon, &c 

T?C>"IOd.OOCl'- These Drops are scientilieallv compounded 

A large stock of Plug, X;ituriil Lea!, Nos. 1, 2 Kj^ij prepataiiou, and better than any Pills, 
and a Smoking, Anderson's solace, aiid host t>owders, or Xo-strums Bi-ing liquid, tiieir 



du 

do 



Small Dini'er pnils 

I 4 qt saucepans — tin 



We have not room to rotor hundred ycafs, no one 



rill be at a loss how to 
cross BrownV creek. The cost of building the 
bridge amotinted to |1,1»7 38 

, The road leading fr. m the south-east comer 

iTstniirhttho saloon; of Cotu-e f.rove tow, .hip to the Mi..i-sippi 

was declared 



ctAumn:*. »» e uinc nv.^ .«- - , 

to thoin sepanttoly to-«lay, but the 
reatlor will not fail to scan them all. 



lU-Rr.T.AniES.-~Lastnigntine.:uoo„,o v«.»-^-."-^^ established 

of Mr. Wlon^honk, ott Main .root, ri^^r: ope.:: Damages were as 
wa.«^ ontor.a by burglars an^l the mon-j ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ _^^^^,,^.j ^ ,,^3. Ellen Sinclair. 



SADDLERY HARDWARE. 

A Livrge 8t.>ck .>f 

HORSE BLANKETS. SKATES AND 
SLEIGH BELLS, 

Just receired, at Wholesale and Retail. 



small amount of 

fhan<;o 

Ti.s-v. next .loor above, 



a to Thoniis McDermot $219 



S3. 



ev drawer riflt«l of a sni:ui a...^»"« -■ ngi 33 an u v. n 

The shoe shopof Mr. Shauc- ' The next session of he Board w.ll be held 



RICHARD 1?IARVI.\, 

Ini|>,,rl.r nn.l Wh-lenale D. aler in 



CO^^ON "YAW.'aV Factory Pnces. 

"•bowen"'brothers: I mmA^mmM^ 

19 k 21 Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois. 



was also en- 
icr.-l aii.l two pairs of boots stolen. 

BisiiT.7grack.— This aistingtiish- 
oJ gentleman was in our city la-^t Sat- 
ur.lav an.l Sunday on a professional 
visit, and conducted services 
of the Catholic 



on the first Tuesday of January, 18*^6. 

The IjUnil»er Builncss. 

Thesteam.-r. "Ah.ra" and " Adrenture 
took out a large tow o logs on Sunday 
learn from a gentlema > conneeted 
lice of the Surveyor o Logs and Lumber, thU 
during the prosenl season one hundred and 
thirtv nine log rafts have left this port for 



mu. m m 



Nil MM 




I 



I gal tncasuies 
i gal. do 
1 qt do 

1 quart 



1 pt niea;-urc8 
\ pt do 
1 gill do 
milk measures. 



fine cut chewing 

Imitation Meerschaum, Clay, Brier and Ce- 
dar Pipes. Tobacco Boxes of all stjles 4i sizes 

Fine Commercial Note, Plain aud gilt edge. 

i'ine Billet, Note, wide and narrow bill cap. 

Legal and Fool's cap. 

1 Plain and Fancy Enyclopes ; Pens, pencils, 

Blank Memorandum Books, Paper cutters &e. 

A number of lOUs of fine wall paper at very 

, loTv figures. 



Tiolet. 
war- 



rxjJsrisrEiLiS. 



We 

rith the of- 



at esch 
churches. At the 

<;ennan church, the Bishop paid tlve! ^^-^'-^ ^^^ ,,.,, ,,,,«, 
Germans of that denommation ft flat- "^^ '^ 



189 aud lyl THIRD STUEET. 

AND BENCH STREET, 

LOOKINU GLA^SKS KKH-sKSK ..II. i LAMPS, 

TABLE CUTLERY, PLATED WARE Ac. 



tcriiii; compliment for their liberality 
and excellent taste in securing and 
fitting up their new house of worship. 
The Hisho|>'s health is still much 
imp.aired, but we are glad to see that 
durinir the j.nst year it has improved. 



Thes. rafts averaged 40O,O<X) 

dve mil- 

— do ■ 

toUl, 



Trt.^vKL— Everv train from the east and er- 
^rv steamboat up' the river is crowded with 
^a-w^n-er^ now. V.-rv manv are looking for 
Wwes which they will be sure to find in Min- 
nesota. 



To own even a plank in a steamboat now 
TTould be a profitable investment. Everv boat 
that arrives at onr levee eom<»' in heavilr 
freighted with merchandizt>. while their re- 
turn trips are even hotter— being loaded down 
with the surplus products of Minnesota 

Thk F.oupsf..— The eclipse of the sun last 
Thnr-«dar mnriiin^ was admired bv everv pt-r- 
gon who cniiM procure a piece of smoked ijlass 
The calrnlations of our correspond-nt in the 
Ia»i Mxn'>rti)er were vcrv accurate — the com- 
menoement of the eclipse onlv varving one 
minute from his statement by dial time. 



lion (eel have been run out in "ngi!;it>s 
si<rned for adjacent m irkeU— making a 
up to this dale, of six v-sevcn million five hun- 
dred and fittv thousand feet. There is yet a 
lar-e amount of logs n the lake to be raited. 

Tn addition to the above, fourteen lumber 
rafts— the lumber ma-iufactured in this city— 
have been sent on th .'ir way rejoicing to south- 
ern n.arkets. the ava Is of which have returned 
to rejoice the pocket i ot the mAnufacturers. 
These lumber rafts average 800,<KJO each, ma- 
king a total of n,'2<>'."«^ ««el <>' ***«'* '"'" 
ber— or a grand total shipped during the pres- 
ent season of sevent. eight million seven hun 
drcd aud fifty thou*; nJ fcct. 

Add to thii the iiipply of the hom.3 demand 
1 the stock on ha id and som-J idea may be 



G. O. ORIS W 01. D, 

Wholesale and ReUll Dealer In 

MEN k BOY'S CLOTHING, 

Cloths, CaSsimeres. Vesting*. Tailor's 
Tiinimin^s. Ilat.-f, Caps and 

FlftMSm.NG GOUllS, 

Trunks, Valises. Carpet Bags. Military Goods, 

Rubber Capes. Coats, Leggins, Ac. Fur 

Caps Collais, Gloves. Buffalo Robes. 

CLOrniNG MANL FD TO ORDER. 
194 Tliiril Street, St. Paul, Minn. 




1 pt Funnels 
Jpt do 
1 (Jill do 



New Music and Musical 

Instruments ! 



1 Gal Funnels, 
^Gal do 
I qt do 

Two quart Tea pots. 

Three pint Teapots 

One quart Teapots. 
PLANISHED TEAPOTS, all sizes. 
COFFEE POTS. 

One qal Coffee Po s. 

Three quart Coffee Pots, 

Tioo quart Coffee Pols, 

One quart Coffee Pots. 
PLANISHED COFFEE POTS, j 
all sizes. \ 



E 



$iTRAY COLT. 



ELDRIDGE & CORNMAN 

Take pleasure in announcing to tjie public 
that the' arc now prepared to fill a deMderatum 
long needed in SlilUaler. They are prepa-ed 
to sell Bradbury & Vo e> Pianos Ma.«on i 



42 Gal. Oil Cans, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



5 


do 


n 


do 


1 


do 


i 


do 


1 


qt 


1 


pt 



9 inch wash boilers, 
8 inch do do 
1 inch do do 

6 inch do do 

inch Coffee Kettles, 
8 inch do do 

7 inch do do 
do 



The finest assortment iu town, cons 
Lows Honey, Bee-hive, Glyce.ine, Checkerher 
rv, Transparent, Military, Shaving, 
.Fockey-club and Brown Windsor— all 
ranted genuine." 

Gla»i<« and Glass-lVare. 

Window Gia<s, from 7x9 to 18^x50 ; cut to 

auv size or shape, and in quantities to 

suit purchasers. 

Ten to fifteen ditferent sizes of Wine, Cordial, | 

and Dinner Goblets. 
All sizes of Tumbers, Independent Salts, large 
Salts, Spoon-holders in variety. Molasses Cru- 
eta, GlabS, Water, aud Milk Pitchers. De- 
canters, F ruit Stands and Plates. Glass Milk- 
Pans, Bitter Cottles, Beer Mugg of different 
styles. Chimneys of every size, plain, thick 
and Brass top, &c. 

Lamps ! Lamps ! Lamps ! 

Any quantity of PARLOR, STAND, IiA.\D, 

BRA CKET arid S WLVG ING LA MPS. 

Also a superior lot of LANTERXS AND 

LAMP SHADES. 

s m ^ i n £is« 



ictidn i^5 direct ana positive, rendi.'ring them 
a reliable, speedy and certain .specific lor the 
c;ure of all obs^tructiiftis fthd siipprcKsionsof 
nature. Their popularity is indicated by the 
fact that over U»0,000 bottles a. e annually 
sold and consumed by the ladies of the United 
States, every one of whom ."leak in tUc =;ionj;- 
est tef rtis of praifle of their great merits. The; 
are rapidly taking the place of every other 
Feraa!e ftemedy, and are considered by all 
who know atlgiitof them, as the Kuresl, safest, 
.^nd most infallible preparation in the world, 
rot the cure of all female complaints, the re- 
moval of all obstructions of nature, and the 
■rw promotion of health, regularity and strength, 

isti^ijt of i Explicit directions stating when they may be 
usc-d, and explaining *hen and why they 
-houid not, nor could not be u?ed without 
producing effects contrary to nature's chosen 
laws, TH'ill be found carefully folded around 
each bottle, with the written signature of 
.loH.v L. Lyon, without which uoue are genu- 

Stic. 

Prepared by Dr. JOHN' L. LYON, 193 Chap- 
el Street, New Haven, Conn., who can be con- 
sulted either personally, or by mail, (enclosing 
-^tamp,) concerning all private diseases aud 
female weaknesses. 

Sold by Druggists everywhere. 

C. G. CLARiv & CO., 
Gen'l Agents for the U S. and Canada. . 



A. G-A.IIZJ- 



i„rr.:^uKrir.u:^'^.h:srKiL'ii;.»ii..vc.u..,...^ c.„i.,.,o,«..,,,o,.»y 



Stillwater road, during the iMi.«t summer, a bay 
COLT, four years old. No distinctive marks. 



other musical 
Specimen Organs can 

Th:;w;;;;V ;ill P.ease can, pay charges, prove ..nn which Instruments 

property and receive the same^ ^ ^^^^^^, I "v 

Oct. 18, 1865. 4«. 



ami 
^ torni 
of this city and the St Croix Valley. 



edofthemagnitu.leof the lumber Iradi 



Two T:iocs*sn. — A number of our cotera- 
poraries have ma-le the statement that Mr. 
Sevm.inr of this city, .^old his celebrated horse 
" Mac" for one thousand dollars. The amount 
received for the horse was two thousand dol- 
lars 
Were the purchasers. 



Tht Produce Market. 

Our street.* have presented a lively appear, 
ance during the pa- 1 fortnighL Farmers have 
almost entirwly monopolized Main and Myrtle 
with their teams ai d wagons, laden with pro 
duce. L'p to last Triday, dealers were paying 
(11 0.J lo- wheat. On Saturday wheat declined 
to |1 *><». Oats commanded 30 cent* and po- 
tatoes 25 cents per bu.shel. 

This morning th.- following are the prevail- 
ing rates : Wheal, |l 00 ; Oats, 30 cenu ; 
Potati es 25. 



Butler & Dodd , 

CroM !i >Varelioii«ie, ' 

Forwai'dinu: k Commission 

MERCHANTS, 

And Dealers in 

Grain, Produce, Trovisions, 
Hides and Salt. 



uslruiuenl that niav be desired, 
be seen at our Store, 

can be ordered. Ev- 

meiit warranted to be what it is rep- 

"^""rhese Instruments will be sold at Chicago 
retail prices-our a-rangements with the man- 
ufacturers being such that we can do so--thUs 
savini: freight and the dangers of freight and hconcea 

-s of tran?portalio»i to the purchaser. ! ,„crs, all kmds. 



A large and verv fine assortment of PAINT, 
VARXISH, HAIR, CLUTUES, TOOTH, 
NAIL, SHOE, SCRUB, FLESH, TABLE, 
WHITE-WASH, PASTE, CAMEL HAIR, 
LETTER-BOOK, GRAlNl.NG and MAiiK 
ING BRUSHES. 



^'wcu"ep°eonstantl7 on hand all of Root & ! ^^^ ^^^ Jippcrs— One pt Dlppc" 

Cadv's popular music, both voci ■ ' * "" 
^' • = V \ . . . J, ,iru^.tiyii Books for 



;al anil instru 

mental, together with . 

Jver; kind of mu»ic, which we sell at Chicago 
icl»jl prices. 



6 inch do 
1 Gal. medicine can for the woods. 

Woodman's Kauphy Kettle. 
Large water pots and small water pots. 
Tin Punched Lanterns, Globe Lanterns, and 
Square Lanterns. 

STEAM?RS-l!7''rS9lr"pint cups. ' ^^^^^^-^^ ^^A^HIa^ t 
A ut CUBS, & also bcoops ol all sizt.^. «• « 

Oyster Steweri*. Skim- 1 Best LIMhRIVK HOOKS in endless variety. 

Jackson Dippers, | ^^^^y^^^^^^,^^^^ TROLLING HOOKS. 

i pt dip j g^.|^^rjj,j^ Unen, Cotton and Silk Lines. All 



DiATii OF AS Es IVABLK Ladt.— Thousiinds 
Messro Culver & Farrington of St Paul \ of Minnesota soldi, rs who have been stationed 

at Fort Ridgely during the past few years, to- 
gether with many ither citizens of our Slate, 

ol the de.ath -' 



Sabbath School Melodies 

In great variety, kept constantly on hand. 

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, 



in 



A Goon Omex.— There is a constant inquiry 
for vacant tenements in our citv. To see a 
house or room plaeanle.J " To Let." would be 
a novelty. Our ciV is improvin-.: more rnpi.lly 
than at any period during the pa.»t a\\ years. 
The sounds of the saw and hammer are heaid 
in every direction. 



Dr. Pur.st.ET.— We regret to learn that Dr. 
E. G. Pugsley contemplates leaving our place 
with a view to locating in Glasgow, Missouri. 
Dr. Pugslcy has had quite an extensive prac- 
tice in this city dunng the pa.st ten years, and 
duiin-,' the pa.st two or three years has been an 
Assistant Surgeon in the army. 



A. California editor speaking of complaint? 
bv his readers that he don't publish all the lo- 
cal items that they desire to see, justly ob- 
serves that it is often their own fault in not 

sending the facts. He says he don't like to ' ^^ CAMrcu--Many ludicrous mistakes, 
publish a birth after the child is weaned, a ; ^jj^^^gi, c^relessi ess or otiierwise, are made in 



will regret to learn 

Mrs. Sweet, the w 'e of Rev. Joshua Sweef, the 
Post Chaplain at Tort Ridgely. Mrs. Sweet , 
visited her native home in New Jersey last | 
Ju„e_was taken violently ill on the 4»h of 
Beptembcr, and d ed on the 18th. We have 
known Mrs. Swe l long and well. She had 
been a resident oi Fort Ridgely near ten years. 
Educated in all the accomplishments of true, 
womanhood, she vas a favorite with all with .TlOlfr, 
whom she met. A'e have met her on the fiehl 
of battle, in the hospital, at the bedside of the 
dying soldier, in he house of God, and in the 
social circle ; an. she was ever the same hope- 
ftil, energetic, actomplished and heroic w^om- 
an.' Thousands . f her friends will join with us 
in extending to .cr afflicted husband and fam- 
ily our most prof )uud sympathies in their irre- 
parable loss. 



of We also keep constantly on hand, and for sale 
at the lowest rates of the market, 
and deliver to any part 



of the city, 
FREE OF C H A U G 



large quantity and every variety, received 
every day by express. 



Stationery, and every 
variety of 





Always on hand or procured at order. 



Feed, 



Oats and 



per?, with long handles to "em. 
Lar-'c Wash Bowls— t^ome with handles. 

° Milk Strainers— large & small. 

BAKERS— big & little. 
TEA KETTLES- 7, 8 4 '.• inch. 
CXLh.NDERS, Half-sheet Graters, 

"ouarier sheet' Graters. Nutmeg Graters. 
3 Kinds. Muffin Rings Thrashing 

Machine l>ans. 
RLOW HORNS— large & small. 

CLOTHES SPRINKLERS, new style. 
SELF SKA LL\G FRUIT CANS, aU mvx. 

Cake Pans, with tubes. 

Cake Cutters, plain & fancy. Army Cups. 

Marking pots. Beer Mugs with gla.ss on side. 

Punch shakers Jelly Moulds 

Knife, Folks & Spoon Boxes. 
Cake Boxes, round & square Bill Trunks. 

Cash Boxes. Candle Sticks. 

Tea & Coffee Canisters, all sizes. 

Spittoons. 2 kinds. Molasses Cups, 

large & email. 

Pepper Boxes & Flour Boxes, all sizes. 

Match Safes, 6 styles. 

Nurse Lamp^. Toy Clock Banks. 

Tea Travs — all styles k kinds. 

■ Childrens" Hath Tubs & Foot Tubs. 



sizes of Hooks on Gimp and silver wire. Reels, 

Spinners, Floats, and a fine lot of 

C A N E AND BAM li POLES. 



Wc can furnish every thing deiircd 



^—PERFUMERY 



THINGS GENERALLY 



Our 



brand of F.i.\fIL} FLOUR in 
■ WARRANTED equal to 
any in the cmmtry. 



marriage after the honevmoon is over, or the 
.death of a m\n after his widow is married. 



A choice variety. 



A Large assortment of Knives k Forks, Butch- 
er Knives and Pocket Knives. 

Table & Tea Spoons, all kinds. 

S:rntntrT.f'k naws'TTacks all sizes. | Chrome and Paris Green, dry and in oil. 
Coffee, Tea k Gravy Strainers. 

Can Openers, 



Hunting Apparatus ! 

GAME BAGS at prices to suit every body. 

Shot-belts and Pouches, Powder Flasks 

of all sizes. 

Gun Wrenches, Eley's Double Water Proof 

central fire. Water-proof and Pistol Caps. 

Elcv's lubricated Gun Wads. Wad cutters, 

Dog Whips and Calls, Gun tubes. 

Wines and Licpiors ! 

FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES-WAR- 
RANTED PURE. 
Brandy, Gin, Bum, Old Rye, Old Bourbon, 
Maderia, Port, Catawba, Claret, and 
Malaga Wines. A few baskets 
tine Imperial Charapage. 

Painters' Sundries ! 

No. 1 White Lead, dry and in oil, 

25, 10, 5, & 1 lb cans. 

Red Lead in oil, same styles of cans. 

Also Zinc, put up in the same manner. 



Editor of Me»seiiger : 

In reply to many letters and inquiries from 
people in this section of the country, the un- 
dersigned take great pleasure iu sayin through 
he colunins of your paper, that our renowned 
preparation known as COE S DYSPEPSIA 
CURE, is a certain care for Dyspepsia, in its 
worst stages. Many cases of long standing, 
within our own acquaintance, have been com- 
pletely, and wc believe permanently cured. 
It w ill stop distress aher eating almost instan- 
taneously, and enables the dyspeptic who has 
lived for years upon Graham bread and the 
plainest diet, to cat as heartily as he pleases, 
iind any thing he chooses, without danger of 
distress, or souring, or rising on the stomach. 
It is an infallible corrector of indigestion, and 
constipation, creates a healthy appetite, stops 
sick-headache, heart-burn, sickness at the 
stomach, pains, cramps, or colic in either 
stomach or bowels, and sweetens offensive 
breath, as soon as you take it, amiby enabling 
the patient to take plenty of hearty food, 
" which is the parent of health," produces 
vigor, strength and energy. In every trial we 
have known it has speedily eradicated Dyspep- 
sia with all its attendant sufferings, weakness- 
es, debility and loss of power, giving, instead, 
a proper activity and tone to the stomach and 
organs of digestion, and as We confidently be- 
lieve, and as the published certificates in our 
circulars, almanacs, and in many of the leafl- 
ing Journals, from convalescent patients will 
coHjimi, completely, permanently, and almost 
miraculously " rure the worst case of Dy.spep- 
sia in existence." We warrant it in every in- 
stance It en* be obtained at all the Drug 
Stores in the United States and Canadas, at fl 
ner bottle, or six bottles for $."». 

C. G. CLARK & CO., 
Proprietors, New Haven, Ct. 



24 



FOR S-A^LE. 



GiTARD AoAissT FiRK*. — At this scason of 
■the year when people are putting up stoves 
and preparing for winter fires, too much care 
cannot be exercised in guarding against imper 
feet flues and ehrmneys, and in seeing that 
stoves are in good order and placed in such a 
position that there will be no danger of com 
municating fire to wood work or floors. Here- 
tofore we have had a fire warden, whose duties 
required a careful examination of all the flues 
and chimneys in the city, and a report upon 
the same. If the office has been aboli.shed, w^ 
trust the city council will restore it. If not, a 
proper caie in these matters on the part of 
our citizens mav prevent disastrous conse- 
quencea. 

District Court.— The District Court for 
Washington connty meets in this city on the 
14th of November. The following persons are 

the Jurors : 

Grand Jurort.—\ B Easton, John S^ Proctor 
Sam-Winship, J AjBates, E W Durant, H M 
Crandall, Wm,Holcorabe, H D Cutler, J N 
Masterman, Sam .Sccrest, John Oliver, R U 
Sanderson, W M Leach, M. Y Jackson. Moses 
. Perin, Elia* McKean, J H Soule, B^ Borden. 



letter writing Letters are often deposited in 
post-offices witho at direction - others minus 
stamps-and oth> rs with revenue, instead of , 
po.stal stamps. In all such cases the letters 
arc sent to the d :ad letter office, and if con- ■ 
Uining valuable • are returned to the writer. ' 
It should be bone in mind that prepayment of 
postage is essen ial— that revenue stamps are 
not postage stan ps, a 
the destination designed, letters 
properly addrcshed. 



»nd that in order to reach 
should be 



Improv«mk»T8 — Our city, like Richard , is 
becoming herself again. In all parts of the 
city we notice mprovements being made. A 
few new houses are in process of erection, 
while old ones i.e being repaired and enlarg- 
ed, new fences jonstructed, grounds ornament- 
ed^ Ac. In fit t, Stillwater is putting on her 
former airs, am! her people don't seem to care 
whether potato s are a dollar or two bits a 
bushel. The o. ly draw-back to still more ex- 
tensive improv, menta is the scarcity of labor- 
ing men and m. chanios. 

Sunday Evening Leetnres, 

M the Episc'pal Church, by the Rev. Mr. 

Hills. 



^ e have established a 

WOOD-YARD 

Where wood of all kinds will be keot con- 
stantly on hand, and or sale at 
reasonable prices. 



BAR GES 



GOLD PENS 

and Holders, new style, for 
Ladies and Gentlemen. 



Stillwater, Aug. 15, 1865. 



JOSEPH [.BEAUMONT 



D S 1 



L K n IN 



Jigger Irons. . 

Dinner & House Bells. Brass Hooks 

Beet Dixon Stove P<dish. Sad Irons 

Sad Iron Stands. 

Chopping Knives, Counter Scales 

Spring Balances and Steelyards. 

Shovels with Tongs and without. 

Halter Chains, Dog Chains, Dog Mutzles, 

DOG COLLARS— msidc of Chain, Brass 

and Leather. 

Charcoal Furnaces. Iron T Kettles, MI sizes 

Iron Wire Cloth. Iron Pols (extra). 

Porcelain Kettles. Enameled sauce Pans. 

Brass Kettles Cistern Pumps. 

Lead Pipe of every size. 

French Tinned Sauce Pans — 5 sizes. 

Toy Castors. Flesh Forks. Iron Spoons. 

Egg Beaters. Fly Screens, 

SPIDERS- ALL SIZES. 

I Round Gridles, Iron Tin'd Fry Pans. 
Baby R attic*. 



in one pound cans. 
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue iu Oil. 
Zinc Gloss, Copal, Furniture. Japan, Asphal- 
tum, While Demar, aud No. 1 
Coach Varnishes. 
Linseed Oils, Boiled and Raw. Turpen- 
tine aud Naplha. 

jfHsceiianeoMS. 

Durkees and Burhett's Flavoring Extracts. 

Lubin's, Bazin's. Dupont's and Fra"gapinnas 

i Colognes and Perfumeries ^"".'"i ' wlhe'' 

; Oil, Florida Water, Pink Sauces. Lily White, 

Rouge, Gilt Bottles, Fancy Colognes Flags 

Combs, Port monnaics, large and small pocket 

books. Pocket Knives, Shears Scissors and 

' Points. Stove and Boot Blacking. rearl-^IJar- 

I lev Tapioca, Corn starch. Slates and Slate 

t pencils. Red, Black and Blue Ink 

Bmsh Brooms. 



The premises lately occupied by the subscri- 
ber as a residence, comprising four lots, dwell- 
ing house and out-buildiug. There is an ex- 
cellent cistern at the door. The pfeniises are 
well situated, and contain a variety of fruit and 
ornamental trees, currant bushes. &c. 

For terms apply to Clias. J. Butler, Esq., at 
Butler & Dodd's Warehouse, Stillwater, or the 
undcrsij'ned at St. Paul. 

° s. J. R. McMillan. 

Stillwa ter, Sept. 1865— 3 -i»t 

~'~U^hisk^. WliUkers, 

Do you want Whiskersor Moustaches? Our 
Grecian Compound will force them to grow on 
the smoothest face or chin, or hair on bald 
heads, in Six Weeks. Priee *1.00. Sent bv 
mail anywhere, closely sealed, on receipt ot 

price. Address „„ „ , , v v 

WARNER k CO., Box 138, Bro<ik\yn,JS.J^__ 

nWsHH 



TKtv'rnt DRnnTxr.sT. ") 
Offlc- of the Cmpf roller ..f th« CurrrnfT - 
Washin^Ujn ,»iKui<l9th 1!*0.) 
WHEREAS bv .allsfactory evidence ,,rcsente.I I" the 
„n.i«r-iKt.ert.ilha. been ""^!,.''.'»l!!'.!»'^r^^*>„'^^t;;7„ 

enota ha" 
quir- 
pro 
S,iti.j: al Cirroncv m'-cuci-A l.y a W-dce of 
';;;te."i"87a>« hon.ls, ami to pr-vlrte fo- the ';i7»l*»'»" 
:,;j rca-m,.tion thereof approved Jj'"f S/^^,!^; '!? 




men 
viil.- for a 

! Z' ;om™'«iw;,h ;n ^hi- p;;;Vl,io,.of«.id A.t required 
I irbe com; lied with l.cf.jre commoDCing the buslnes. of 
Banking: under »»'d Act. 



C.mptroUor.if 



For hire bv the dav. week or month, 
we'will freight Wood, Suvcs, 
Posts, or other ma- 
t e r ia 1 

to any of the 
points on Lake Saint Croix. 

Stillwater, July 1. 1865— n46-ly. 



And 



J. c. bcrbask, 

H. C. BCRBA..<K, 



A. H. WILDIB, 
J.tO. L. MEREIAM. 



The Traitln of St. Paul through the Romnn 
SainuerFullerum, J W ■ Fnrber. John V Atkin- 1 ^„yjre.— This series ol lectures will commence 
Bon, Simon Persons, C A, Bromley. I 

/V*i Jurorx. — David Bronsor, Chas Tanner, 



29. 



J. C. & H. C. BUEBANK & CO. 

Storage, Forwarding, 



Tea*, Coffees, Spires, Sugars, Syrnps, 

And all Goods pertainidg to the business of 

jWhotesaie Grocer^ 

I N C L r D I N O 

Wines, Liquors, and Pure oW Rye and 
Bourlwn Whiskies. 

Ple^e eaU .ni examide thi. .took before purrha.ing. 

ToRNKR THIRD AND JACKSON 8IIIKKT8, 

8A1NT PAUL. 

Opposite Merchant's Hotel. 



.Cook Stoves, 



paper. 

TAR 



Fid.lle and Guitar strings 

AND PITCH 



Bird cages. now TllKHFORF. . Froeman CUrk.; C'-m^roUor .. 
Count Tf Wa«hiu,'.on ai.d Sl«U of >lum -.o.. U a, t 



e 

aiilh- 

thc buslti."*? of b >nkl-g under the 



Count.v 

.rlzcd to C'liiinuiic 
net af.'r.-' 'Id. 
, . .•,.!.• ! IN TESTIMONY HUEUKOF Wltiie« 
Oil, the best oil that is . '• ^^^^^^^ jhis »tU .lay of A.ica-.t l-- V 



niy 



baod an4 



The liucesco Carbon ,.-,•., 

manufactured, always on hand ; also ♦V'n^T ! 
straiucd Lard, Whale, Lubricating and >ish 
Oil. 



Scott Van Emnn, John C flardner. Adam Mar 
tv, Albert Lowell, Mark •> Mantor, Wm\Ruther- 
ford, Abram iCronk, Hiram ; Berkey, John E 

^ Mower, EmilXireff. Patrick '^Day, James^P. 

'Boyd, Wm Armstrong, Joseph X/Masterman, 
((irant) Geo M 'Jefferson, W-vH Oliver, J S 

■* Castell, J J Kendall, Alex » Oldham, G W 
Wheeler, Chas Clement, W W Bixby. 



A X « 



D. V. on Sund ly evening next, Oct _-. , ,,or»/ifi t ximci 

1st Lecture. Jewish preparation for the COMMISSION MERCHAlMb, 
OospeJ— Heat! en preparation for the Go.spel. 
Preparation in the Roman Empire for the Gos- 
pel. — Great i .en for great periods in the 
world's histor; . The GOspel preached in Ju- 
dea. The chi d born in Tarsus. 

Service at p ;ven o'clock. All scats free. 



GROCERS, 

CORNER LOWKR LETKE AND SIBLEY STRRKT, 

ST. V.W'Ij, MIN. 



r><UTTEB, SECOMBE 4c CO., 

MANCFACTCRERS AND 

Dealers in Paper 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

tationery A. Printers Materials 

220 THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. 



ALL SIZES. 

PARLOR COOK STOVES, 

BOX STO VES, PARLOR STO VES 

SHEET IKOlf. 

Russia Pipe, Common Pipe, Round Russia , „„ 
Elbow, S(iuare do., common do. Sheet Iron | ^^ 
Thimbles. Camp Kettle?, (all sises) Sheet 
Iron Pot Covers. 

WOODEN WARE. 
Large and small Churns, .3 hoop pails Wash 
Boards, Wire sieves, ^yooden Bowls, all sizes. 
Well Buckeu. Rolling Pins, Potato Mashers, 
1 Scrub Brushes, Cutter Ladles, Faucets, new 
style, all sizes. Lemon Squeezers, Ice Mal- 
lets Ice Picks, Butler Prints. Large Spoons, 
Brcx)ms, Baskets, Wheel Barrows, 

And other things too numerous to mention. 

All of which canbe found at the storeof] (^ j\j\l^i CC V7vJ» 

l*DDn\l i LAKE HOUSE IJLILDING, 

' „.^r. Main Street Stillwater, Mifi. 



rnKEMAN CLARKE, 

C.imrtroIl.T of .h.- Currency. 



Connected with our store wc have a 

First-Class Soda Fountain ! 

d invite all those who want a G O O D 
Cilasti of Soda to give us a call. 

Bottled Soda by the dozen or gross. 

The above comprises a partial list of our 

stock, which we offer at 

livir.g figures. 

Thanking the public for past favors, we re- 

spectfiillv solicit a continuance of the same. 




M. 




RS. I. REDWOXB 

Has iust received a complete flock of 

CONSISTING OF 

Ribbons, Velvets, Flowers, 

il.A.TS, «5bC. «ScC- 

and every thing pertaining to a 
I-- I n S T C L A S S 

Millinery Establishment, 

i and offers the same at the lowest cash price; 
I GrrenUar* Block, ntar Ihe 
rof*f <fmcr. iiR «in. 



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1^ C. « K i: li "% I- E A F ' S 

Fashionable Jewelry Store, 

TlUlsn STRKEr, at. VXlL. 



(OFFICI VL) 

SALE OF S^H)3L LANDS 



The ladies and gentl.>mon of St. Paul and 
?icinitr are hn-itcd to cilW and examine tlie 



la pursuance of law. 1 Charles Mullratli,, 
Commissioner of the Stat •■ Land OflBi-e of il" 
State of Minnesota, do hereby deeUrc an. 

..V." - make known that a public wle ot Schoo 

LkRLJ EST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT Und« will be neld in he umieruientione. 
Of Sow Stylos of Jewelry, oountr at the tiiue and i^iace hereiualter de.- 

^.^ ,r p7.M U'ar. Wa- 1 \VaSHI~OTON COUNTY. 

MaU^^^ ^r V ryV "'^r i -» Cl AT STILLWATER. 8ATt'K DAY. OCT. *S.h. 1S«6. 

Mv Koods were juuch-^ed exclusively for | P«t ot Sec. Sec. Ap a^j provem-u- 

cash from t^e lirpeM wholesale hou.ses in the ^ ^^ ^^ ^g p,^ j^jg - 

Union .-»ud are for sale at the | nw sw 16 dc 

T-r-fcXTCrOS-t I*XrlOOfll- uw se 16 d. 

All g.'ods wKi ranted precisely as rep.esent- (j^j^t^qe GROVE— TOWN 27, RANGE 21 
ed. Cash paid for old gold and silver. A full , ^ _^^ ^^ ^^^^.^ ^^ ^^^ 

1ft " 6 00 

16 •' 5 00 

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eu «.a?u pam tor oia goiu anu sn.c. -. ■— , 
supply of WATCH MATERIALS always on | ue ne 

^^Aeent for Seth Thorax' Clocks, also agent w hfse 
. . 1 L . J ! DW nw 

It.r the celebrated 



FarticuhfT attention paid to repairing every 
.escription of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry 
» the best possible manner. W e manufacture 
kinds of 

HAIR WORK, 

Or any other pattern of Jewelry, 4c.. in our 
lire. All work will be done promptly in a 
worknianiike manner, and BETTER TH A.N 
InY OTHER ESFABLISIIMENT IN THl!> 
.vEiTlON OF THE COUNTRY. All order* 
by letter or otherwise will receive prompt at- 
tention. . , ., _,■ 
All kind's of new wheels and new parW o! 
tne watch manufactured for the trade at rea- 

tODable discKunt. • o -.-. 

Store in Greenleafs Block, opposite Concert 
Hall, near the Post Office. _. 

y^-j j^ D. C. GREEN LEAF. 



IMY OF Ti WOMJl. 

Bt/ Philip Smith, B. A. 

ONE OF THE PRINCIPAL CONTRIBUTORS 
TO THE DICTIONARIES OF GREEK 
AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES, BI- 
G R A P H Y AND GE- 
OGRAPHY. 



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TOWN .8. RANGE 20. 
16 Ptiirie $5 00 
WOODBURY— TOW f 29, RANGE 21. 

ncne 16 Priirie $5 00 

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16 " 6 00 

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NEWPORT— TOW >I 23, RANGE 22. 
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BAYTOWN— TOW X 29, RANGE 20. 



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Plan of ttae Work. 

Knee Sir Walter R-Ueigh » >liceJ hu imprisonment in 
the Tower by the compoaition of his • History of lh« 
W jrld " the Literature of England haa never achieved 
the «ori wind. Ue left unBnisheU. There have been 
" Universal Ui^toriea," from the bulk of an encyclope- 
dia to the m .M meagre outline, in which the annals of 
•w:<t nation are separately recorded ; but without an at- 
tempt to trace the story of Divine Providence and hu- 
man proisress in one connected narrative. U Is pro- 
po.e.1 to supply this want by a w.rk. con.lensed enough 



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10 keep it within a reasonable .ire, bui yel So full as to 
be free from the b.U.liie-s of an epitome. Th.- Iiloraturt- 
of G rmaiiv abounds in history,— such as th.«e of Mul- 
ler, * hi. s«r. K*rl v..„ Rott.-ck, Duncker, and others.- 
whu.h at onc'prove the demand for such a book, and 
tttnishmodeU, in some degree, for ill execution. But 
even those great w..rlis are somewl.at d.-6iient in that 
organic unity which is the chief aim ot this " HIatory 
ollhe World.'' . . ^ 

The slorv of our whole race, like that ofeaeh separate 
nation, has " a beginning, a middle, and an end." That 
• ory wepropo*-. to follow, from its b.-ginning in the sa- 
cred records, and from the dawn of civili»ation in the 
East —through the successive Orienta' Empir- s - the 
rise of liberty "id the perfeitii>n of hi-athen p^ility.arlf 
and liu-ralure in Gree*"- and Roni' — the chang which 
paased over the faie of the w..rld "hen the liwht ■>' Chna- 
tauity spruu«iil>.— the origin and first appearno.- of ^^ ^g 
tlo^e barl.iirian race* which overthrew bo.h divisions of , 
the R..mai> Empire.— ."iii.ils of th.- Stales which i ..se on »C "« 
Ui.- Empires ruins Includins the picturesque details ol ne nW 
medieval history, .«nd «i»e steady pr-Rress ofmo-hrn lib- j ^^ ^^ 
ertv and civiliaatioo.— and the extension of these intlu- 
ecces, bv .Itscov.^y, c..n.|uest. coloi.i«»ti..n. aii.l C ris- 8W uw 
tiau miasi.ns, to the remotest regions of ihe earth. In a ! se nW 
vt..rd, as separate histories reflect the .let«ched scenes of, ^g g^ 
liuman action and sufforing. our .um is U.brint: Into vi.-w 
the several i.arts which a!isure.lly from one ttreat whole, I 
movinii onwards, under the gui. lance ..f Div no Provi- | 
dence to the unknown end ordained in the Divine pur- 

'"No'pains will be spared to make thi» history icholar- 1 
like in substance and vKipular in style. It will be founded 
on the bist authorities, ancient .-uid m.slern, original 
and secnd.iry. The vast progress recently m;iile In i 
htotorical and critical invctigatinns, the results nb- 
taioeii from the mo.lern science ot oniparative philolo- 
gy, and the .liscoveries which have laid open new sourc- 
es of information concerninp the Kast- aff.rd such facil- 
ities as to make the present a flt epoch for our undertak 

"The work will b»' divi-led into three Peri.ids e'vrh com- | 
pleteia Itself, and will form Eight Volumes In Demy I 

I -^.VSCIKST HisToaT.Sacreil and Secular: from the I 
* Creation to the Fall of the WestAl Empire in A. , 
D. ■»"•>. TwoVjlnmef. | 

II — Mi.DiKVAL HiJT-jBT, Civil and Ecclesiastical ; I 
from the Fall of the Western Empire to the Uk- 
init "t C..n:>tantinople by the Turks, in A. D. 
145-1. Two VolUMies. 
IXl._Mor.KBN llisTORV, from the Fall of the liyxantine 

Empire t.) our own Times. Four V.)lumi-s. 
It wUl be publbhe.1 in •* v..ls., Svo. Price in cloth 
|:t..M)perv..Iunie. Sheep. *4.flO. Ilalalf Morocco, $5. 
Volvme 1 now readv. 

AGENTS WANTKDin ALL PARTS of the COt'NTRY. 
ADClioations should be made at once to the Publiahers 
D. APPLETON k Co., 
4+J.* «5Bro,Klway,New York. 



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MARINE— TOW' 82, 



rORTGAGE FORECLOSURE.— Whereas 
^-J. defiiull hits been made in the payment of 
the nioiiev secured bv a certain mortgage exe 
cuted bv William McKuMck of Washington 
connty, Minnesota. t<> Andrew Mackey of Af- 
ton in said county and State, dated the 
12th dav of February a D. 185'J, which said 
nioi tpa-^e wait recorded in the office of the 
Regiattr of Deeds of the county of Washington 
aforesaid in book F ot mortgages, on page 44 
on the l-5lh day of Febiuary a. d. 1859, at 10 

A. M. 

Ami whereas the said mortgage was on the 
1 8th day of Septei"ber, A. D , 1865, by the 
eaitl -A-nilrew Mackey. duly sold and assigned 
to one John McKusick of said county which 
paid assignment bears dale on that dar, and 
was recorded in the office of the Register 
f>f Deeds in and for said county of Washington 
o« the 19th day of September, 18ti">, in book 
G of mortgages, on pages 496 and 497. 

The amount claimed to be and now due on 
said mortgige at the time of the first publica- 
tion of this notice is the sum of $'>65 85. 

Now theiefore notice is hereby given that 
by virtue of the power of sale contained in 
said mortgage, and in pursuance of the statute 
In snch case made and provided, the said 
mortgage will be foreclosed by the sale of the 
pi^mises in said mortgage described, at public 
auction, bv the Slierift" of said county at the 
office of the Sheriff in the city of Stillwaler, 
county of Washington, Minnesota, on the 6rst 
dav ot November a. d. 1865, at 12 o'clock 
noon on said day. 

The premises described in said mortgage are 
as fo'lows, viz: 

The n e J of section number nine (9) 
in township (30) thirty north of range (21) 
twei ty-one west in the district of lands sub- 
ject to sale at Stillwater, late Territory now 
Slate of Minnesota, containing 160 acres ac- 
cording to U. S. Government ."<urveT. 

JOHN McKUSICK. Asrignee. 
It. E Thompso.n. Ally for Assignee. 

Stillwater. Sept. 19th, 1865, 



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n six months thcreafler, with interest at sev 
II per cent, per annum, 

The ofTeiing of said lands will commence 
a 10 o'clock A. M., at the usual place ol hold- 
ig court, on the day specified, and will pro- 
eed in the oider in wliiili the> are advertised, 
.iilil all are ottered No sale will be kept 
<pen longer than one day, and no lauds will 
•e sold except at public sale. 

CHAS McILRATH, 
CoinmisBioner State Land Office. 



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BR IL LI A XT, £ASr SHINING, 
L«attaer Preserviiig 

BLACKING. 

A Composition of 

NEAT'S FOOT OIL 

AND 

PURE IVORY BLACK. 



WUL STITCH, HRM, rKLl. TVCK, CORD. BINV 
BRAID. qtlILT AND KMBROiOBR BBAirriTUIXT 
It will. wiU tks rias«T nnlla aad tluMd, niD tnva psrfwt work 
•■ ths flnst NslsMok. ersr tk« hnrlMt brnvsr clotb ud cow. 
kl4*. wXh no ehsnics of ■•adit, tkrsai ot taialoB. It will us eoaiM 
cotton liD.ii, allk end twine Itraaicutw, bsUr and •tiller thaa 
anv olDcr machin.. It forma a Sat. araa and aUatlc aaain. dlSar- 
iBf fram aKty oth.r itlti-li, aach loop Mag TWiarac by maaaa at 



HBLMBu^jL>'S 






^REPAIiATI?^NS 



"18 vetrs estaiilished i|J N V. City. 
*' Only infallible remedies known." 
" Free from Poisons." 
" Not dangerous to the Human Family." 
" Rats come out of their holes to die." 

QOSTAR'S RAT, ROAChT&C. EXTERMINATOR 

lo a \>^\ii — used for KaU. 
Mict, Rnavhtt Blink and 
Btd AnU, dtc, (tc, <tc. 

" COSTAR'S" BED BUG EXTERMINATOR 

Is a liquid or wuh. ased to 
dettroy, and al«(> a* a pre. 
veiitive for Bed-Bugs, Ac. 

COSTAR'S ELECTRIC POWDER FOR INSdCTS, 

In /or Moth*. ifoiiquito«*, 
Flrai. B'il-Bui;?>. Insccta on 
Plants, FowU, Anlmali, Ac. 

jy Sold by all Druggists and retailers even 

where. 
C^! ! ! BEWARE ! ! ! of all worthless iroita 

Imparting to BOOT and [ j^-^^'^g th.at •• Costar-s" name is on each box 
SHOE LEATHER the soft-! Uottle, and JJ-^U. lKfV,re_vo„lniv 

nes3 and pliancy ot KID — 
while with one-fourth the 



a«d dnw1o( tba Iwlat inu tho (ooda, tkoa laevalj bataaln| 

alllrli, K that Iha aaaiii will (Mar lo ba cul at fr»«»«iit loUrTa . 

la thai caaa .Taa, tba iaui It warraatwl NOT TO RIP,ia waar. 



ttitrb, K tbat Iha aaain will (Mar lo ba cut at frMaaal luUrTaii, aai 

that caaa .Taa, tba iaan It warraatad NOT TO RIP la waar, 

id und.r all clrcumaUBCM t« "aarvira tha waabinb.* Old, worm 

I. drauaa, *r., haTa baan tab- 

licra wat tba saaiTaaT com. 



oat faintly nnxiaau, boaoma. partU. draaaaa, Ar.. hava baan aab- 
Bltud 10 Conin.lllaaa al > AIRS wl 



. . and'tn THIS STITCH pr.miuni» ha»» bean awardad tor 

lU SUPIuKlORI I Y. nURABILITV. KLABTIOITY and BBAUTT. 



FatiTi" 



16 •• 5 00 

1« •' 00 

1ft " 6 00 

16 " 5 00 

16 " 5 00 

16 '• 8 00 

16 '• 6 00 

16 " B 00 

16 " B 'K) 

16 " 6 00 

86 •* 7 '^O 

• 86 " »> 00 

36 " "J 00 

36 '. 8 00 

STILLWATER-TO YN 30, RANGE 20. 

ae se 16 Pmirie $8 00 

GREENFIELD-TOWN 30. RANGE 21. 



labor usually employed in 
the applif^ations of the or- 
dinary Blackings, it produc- ] 
es a JET BLACK ENAM- 
EL (?Z/ 05^, equalled only 
by Patent Leather. 

Sold at Retail by all 
GROCERS AND SHOE 
DEALERS. 

Orders received by Amer- 
ican Advertising Agency, 
.389 Broadway New York 

AND WHOLESALED Al THE MANl- 
FACTURERS DkPOT, 

154 Read* St., AVu? York. 



Roofing 

In R.illa ready t" nail down. 

Roofing 

ng less than half as much as 

Hoofing 

More durable than Tin. 

Roofing 

)uitahle for steep or flat roofs 

Roofing 

Not injured by heat or cold. 

Roofing 



HEi-VRV R.<0»iTtR. 

^^Prinoipal DKi'r>T. 48: Bko.vdw.w, N. Y 

9'Sold by C.4Ri.l & CO. 

and all Drugi^inu and Uenlers in Stillwater, 
Minnriota. 

Fs 6 5. 

INCREASE OF RATS.— The Far 
iner's Gaeettt (Eii;;liaib) asserts ami i 
proves by tixiires that one pair of rat> ' 
will have a projjeny and desfendants no 
less than 651,050 in three yea.vs. Now. ' 
unless this immense family can be kepi 
down, they would omsiime mure food 
ih.in would sustain 65.000 human beings. 

J^^See " CostarV advertisement in 
this paper. 

1865. 

RATS versus BIRDS.— Whoever en- 

<;ages in shooting small birds ia a cruel 
man ; whoever aids in exterminating 
/a/«isa benefactor. We should like 
some of our corr« spondents lo give us 
the benefit of their e.x^erien':e in driving 
out ihebe pests. We n'-ed something [ 
besides dogs, cats and traps fitr this bus- 
iness. — Scientific American. I 
J^"See "C«>8tar'8" advertisement 
in ihis p-'per. 

1805. 

"COSTARS" HAT KXTERMINA 

rOR IS simple, sate and sure — the mt).st 
perfect Rat ification meeting we have ev- 
er attended. Every Rat that can get it, 
properly prepared according to direc- 
tions, will eat it, and every one that eats 
it will die, generally at some place as 
distant as pos.^ible from where the med- 
i.'iiie was taken. — Lake Shore, Mich., 
Mirror. 

See " Costar's" advertisement in this 
paper. 

1865. 

IIOrSEKEEPEKS troubled with 



a Patantrd Davl.s pravanti tb. pMalbility of Iba ■■ia>:liilia balBf 
raala tba aroiif dlcactios, or tha balanca wkaal aiar waarlocar 
leiKh in* tk« draat. 

THE KEEDLE CANHOT BE SET WBONO. 

Tbua aroidlnf tba f raat troubla of athar'nwblnaa 
NO BREAKING OF NEEDLiES. 

Tba blada of tka oaadla I* lata tkaa thra* fourtli* of aa loah \nt%, 
aad It itial(ht. 
THE HCMMER AKD FILLKRCAN VTVXK BKSKT WRONa 

aay ona ma? adjnat Ibam in Twa Daaa. Tba htm may ba ofaay 
widtb. No oibar hammer or feller it likatUa. It tarai tba bam OB 
tha rlabt or under aide aa vod waot It. 

IT WILL NOT DROP STIICHBS. Ai Iba Daadia la alwajra 
•at rl(ht, tba blada abort aoU eiraiibt, doaa act vibrate, Ilka los|^ 

It la ran by at<«a> al SOAO ititrhaa par iBlaat»-«tbat ■ a fklM t 
M oaly 400 h. lluo, with aafcty. Thay ara 

Manufactured with Matbemftttcftl Precision, 

Haoca aa<h part ie l'ter..hai.ii«a>.1e &rid can De readlla replared ta 

aaaa of arrldant. Tba nia< tiiiia canii'.t t>« adjUtlaJ benrc will aal 

ntootof order. It will laat a ireiieratiofi.if properly caiod foC 

Naaa wbo bava oaad It .'an be pcrtuadetl to uaeany other. 

Tba roundncaa. avenaeaa. .lurabllity and haauty of ita atltcb 

W£Re SEVER BQVALEO. 

lU RAPini 1 V. ABSOLUTE STILL.SES8, CASE OF MOTIOIf, 

•arrownaae an.t neatnaaf of ita Han aod FaLL wera NEVER AP- 

HiOACIIEI) hv any ot"«r inacblna. Wa can call In any boy or flrt 

from the ktr*..!' and with tbraa ininntea iaatructino they will aat tha 

■aadia attach IM Hauaiat, ot Fallar, and do tha work with aaUta 



"HIGULT CONCKNTnAT"I>" COifTOUM) 

-I.UID EXTRACT BUCH: 

V P031UTO aa:l tiwcia.: ;:':in -'1/ f-.i (Llioases ol' i 
ludder. Llduiy., tru»<l ■ & Oropalftit tw. : 

Tkls Mcdltlns Increases Ihc n.-twcra of ClgeBtlo" 
.:(te3 tbo i;b:orbcr.ls Into lit; l:i'7 n'-H'-n. '"J" ^■'-'• 
.-.Ur of c,r.!carco-.:s (".cpo.i'.-or.'*, .-.id t'l nr.c-.i'v 
rcmerlii r.rs rc^.v.ced.aswtll C3i)r-ln and lnr.an»nt..i 
■ J U good for mcu, woajon mhI t '.;:.".rca. 




HlLf.lCCLD-S CX''"'' 

.1- wotttocs« arlalnp: froi 



!> .wit-'i 
:.iui-» wf l;l 



Tba paaaa oniTaraaliy proaoaaca thla tha Btar FiMity Sawlaf 
Machloa in the world, wbataear tba mar^u of tba nthar machiaa^ 
II iJ BO die|«rAtr«">ant to aay the Wiil.-oz A l.il.ba ii worth, for 
faintly oea, double that of ane other ar at olfarad lo the public. 

It rareired tba tJold Madal af tha Amorlcaa InaUtuta— Iha <rM 

^HE BEST SEWINC MACHINE.'* 

•t Iha t'aat New Eniiaad Fair — tha Vermont Suta Fair — th* 
faaneylvaoia State Kair — tha Indiana State Fair — and SI otbar 
riralPretniumial Iha maatlnp of Mechanlral andSclanUtk Soclatlaa 
all oTor tba world, ara among lu tropbleatn 18M. 

It U BOW the fircfti IcadlBK Canlly Sewing HacklM 
ACL OVER THE WORLD. 

rrico 01 Marhloaa. with heminer, feller, gaa(e, oil Caa, aMS 
aaadica, full (iirartioni. Ac. from %ii lo llMk 

BarauB't ficlf-Sewrr, for all Sewing Macklnes, 

Qaldaa tha work ltaalf,aeotdln I the beat poatura aad aUaia OB tba oFtt. 

PrlcaSl.ftO. I^rge Ulecounl lo Agcnla 

Wa take other inatrbiaae In aii^anfe Weaall OtL.CoTrOB.SlL^ 
f%igT aad NaaoLBe for every kind of aewine machine. 

AOEMTS WANTED.— Termi to ajcanU, deKriplWe circular a>4 
•aa a( work east fraa by mall, on receipt of aiamp, ot ha4 «(-• 

L. COEHELL & CO., Oen'l Ag'ts, 
%a Uke Street, CHICAGO, lU. 

A.!.i t for IVIiuu«i»ota. 



rsily Indlsctc'.lo-i. I 

.jiioiu! : 
.adUpoiUlontoric! 
1.068 ol l.tmotr, 
r.cak Icivcs, 
Uorror cf I':.«af.e, 
vlrancsE of VKloa, 
':!0k Yiiiuii, 



ryii. 



. r t\e CV::i. 



1, To.--. of.T- f-. 

v.-.i- .\ . •-. 

■. :or-.:3c-i, 

:.i It r.:e' .-.•.X 

. : ..Uijof i'_3 To.; 

;;rip :jt of tLo".- 

ri.:::.: ^ o- ■•- zr:.-:.v 

■: ' ■ '.cza. 
I ; i •.• ^ooa '. • 
• ■>■": ■ jUow— 

.t-rtor:'- • - 



BLOOD! BLOOD! BLOODl 
Helmbold's 

BXOK.T ooKcx:rr»iT«> ooxyoinrD 

FLUID EXTRACT 8ARSAPAR1LLA, 

Forrarifvlng t!ie Bloo<l, rcmorliiK all dmmle «<»|^ 
Uonnl diseases arle!ns from an tjrpnro etate of UicKooo, 
ind the only roHable »nd effectnal fcaotm rtsiMdy for WO 
ewe of BcrofnU. BctM Dead, Salt Ebenm, PalM ■»« 
BvelUnga of the Eonch, riccratloaa of th*. Throftl 
L^i, Blofches, Ptaplca on the Face, Tettor, P'-~'-' 
and all seal; EtnpUons ot tha Skin. 

X3ti) SEAxmyi'rxa thb coxsxxxxom* 

NO T A FE V 

of the worst disorders that aClct manMnd arita from tM 
comipUon that acccinalates In tho Elood. Of alt the dl»- 
covericB that hare been made to puree U oat, none caa 
eQoal In cflect nswiaotD'a Costrorro EmxcT of &a» 
BArj.aii.i.A. It cleanses and reooratea the Blood. InatlQi 
'*••> visor of health Into tto system, and purges out tho 
humors TPtlch miko disease. It stlmulatcf the healthy 
fcnctlons of tho body, aad expels the disorders that grow 
aad ranUe In tho blood. Been a remedy that conld t* 
rcUed oa has long been souBbt for, and now, for the firtt 
lino the public ftaro one on which they can depend. Oar 
space here docs not admit of ccrtiflcatoa to showiueaocli, 
but the trial of a slnsle bottle will show to tho sick that U 
has Its Tlrtnes snrpassing anything they have ever t^en. 
Two tableepoonsful of the Extract of SarsaparlUa added 
to a plat of water Is eqnal to the Usbon net Drink, and 
one bottle Is ftally cqn-.'. to a gallon of the Errup of SUMa 
oarilla, or the dococacu as osaally mad*. 



ure 



i,!;c-_i., 

: t.. 

. ,<faV.> 

• p"\;l"!.t r. 

. ._ :iLiy fO'.Iu^^-"l I. - 



rrsAXtTT AT'O co::pti :'. 
any are atroro of t:ii.' f : ( o* t'at;!r 



! confess. Tlie reco.-.; ■ 
'a icholy rtcaiUsbi'Oi"" 
J truth of the oaser!:'>.i. 
•.e Coiistltntlon. om c e 
/alica the aid of mii.'-i • 
: ?; Mem, wtleh ni!';.Sl 



.•, i'V' 



itgtitij'A f.iul iuTl^u: 

:5r::Ac:oF el'c;". 




ab'o' does. A trial will cou' ;nce iho most sccpUca. 




HELHtBOIeD'S KOSS WASS, 

An excellent LoUon for diseases arlaing from hablU of 
dissipation, used In connection with the EzUacU Bnehtt 
j»d SarsaparlUa, In sach diseases as recommended. EH- 
.encB of the moat responsible and reliable character will 
uccompany the medicines. Also explicit dlreeUoBS to* 
ttse. loKA hundrtda of thoutand* llrtng witnesses, and np- 
wards of 30,000 unttoliciied certlOcates and recommend** 
tory letters, many of which are from tho highest sonrcet, 
Incladlng eminent Physicians, Clergymen, BUteemen, Ac. 
The Proprietor has never resorted to their pnbllcatlon te 
the newspapers ; he does not do tMs from the fact that hla 
articles rank as Standard Preparations, and do not B««d 
to be propped np by certlflcatee. 

The Science of Medicine, Uke the Doric Column, shonlA 
stand simple, pnre, majestic, having Fact for lu baatg, 
XsdacUon for Its pillar, and Tmth alone tor its C^ttUa 



—IMPROVED— 

Tilt greatest improrcment yet in the Sewing 

Machine art. A curiosity worth seeing. 

Pleaae send for circular with sample of sew 

ing. 
Thfsc Improved Machines save one hundrkh 

PER CKNT. of Thread and Silk, and make the 

LOOK STICK alike on both sides. 

They require no instruction to operate per- 
fectly, except " the printed d rection 

No change in sewing from one kind of goods 
to another 

And no taking apart to clean or oil. 

Our NEW MANUFACTORY is now com 
plete, with all its machinery and tools entirely 
new, and is already rapidly turning out Ma- 



in many affections peealiar lo Females, the ExTnaci 
EvcDV 1« nnrqualeJ by any other remeily, and for al. 
complaints Incident lo the box. or in the 

DECLIXE Ott CHAKGE OF LIFE, 
ty See fiTaPTOaa abov«. 
No Family ahotild be without It. 





it medicine foi 



£u^ 



Take no ralgan, ^:erc■J.r;•. or onpl 
ocpieasriat aail lUugerona ('.lieascs. 

CuruB Secret Di^d-iscs 
In all their stages lltf.o expense, little or no chance ot 
diet, no Inconvenience, aad XO EXPOSURE. 



iiisu 



Illy Extract Sarsapsrilla Is a Elood Pnrlfler : my Exrtraet 
Bachn is a Diuretic, and will act as snch In all cases. 

Both are prepared on purely sclcntlflc prlnclpleo— *• 
roeu»— end are the moat active measnres of either tbat 
can be made. A ready end conclusive test w'.'l be a com- 
parison of their properties with those set forth in tho fol> 
lowing works: 

See Dlrpeasatory of the United State*. 

See Professor Diwees' valuable works on the Praetto* 
of Phytic. 

Eeo remarks made by tho celebrated Dr. Pwraic, Phlla. 

Eee remarks made by Dr. Ephbaim McDowaix, a cele- 
fcratod FhitlcUn aad Kcmber cf tho F.oysl College of 
Csrgeons, Ireland, and published In the Transaction* of 
the Cing and Queen's Journal. 

fee Medlco-Chlrnrgical P.cvlew, published by Bnrj^ 
TnAviBB. Pellow of the Poyal College of Burgeon*. 

6e« BOtt of the late standard works on ModlclB*. 



vermin iieecJ be s<> in> lorifjer. it ihey use 

•'CostarV E.xtt-rninator. We have! chines which for BEAUTY and PERFECTION 

u.s.d it to our siitistnctioii ; and if a b..x j ^f FINISH are not 8urpas.wd by any manufac- 

fixt |>3 we wiiultl have it. We have 

•ritti puisoiis, but ibey »ff\ct«-d nothing ; j we in the world; 

liiit "Cost.ir's" artitU-. kn->Lkslhi' breath N. B.— Should any Machine prove unsati* 



I;.-) CK) 
8 00 
RANGE 20. 

1 5 00 

5 00 

6 00 
6 00 

5 IK) 

00 

5 00 

MORTGAGE FORECLOSLKK.— W lurea.^ „g 3^ 16 " » 00 

difiiull hits been made in the payment of ^^ '^^ i6 " B oO 

6 oO 

5 00 

6 00 
6 00 

5 00 

6 00 
6 00 
6 00 

5 00 

6 00 
6 00 

5 00 

6 00 
6 00 
6 00 
5 W 
5 iK) 

5 00 

6 00 
j^FTON— TOW N 28, RANGE 2a 

lot 1 of no 16 P'-^'^e »l ' «^> 

lot 2 nw 16 " 19 •"> 

lot4sw 16 " 6 00 

lot 5 <«e 16 " B ^^ 

STILLWATER- OWN 30, RA-GE 20. 

lots 2, 3. 5, 6, 7. 8, 9 10. 
11, 12. U. 15. of ne 16 Prairie 8 00 
lot* 1. 2. 3. 4. B. 6, '.. 8, 
9. 10, 11. 12, 13.14, 15, 
le.ofnw " " 8 00 

lota 1,2. «, 4. 5. «. 1 8. 

9, 10. H. 12, 13, 14, 15, 
-16, ofs.w •' " 8 00 

lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 5, 6, •;■ 8, 
9 1.\11.12, otse " " 8 00 

MARINE-TO\;^N 31. RANGE 20. 
l(it.s 5 and 9 of nw Zt Timber f 7 0*> 
lt3 6, 7,412efnw - 
lot 8 of nw " 

Its 5. 6, 7,9, 11, 

12. «w " " 

I lot S of sw 

lot 10 of sw " " 

I No lands will be fold 6w less than their ap- 
COUNTY OF praised value per at fe. and the right is ro- 
ite Court.— In servtrd to withdraw from market any of the 
Jhe niatte'i- oi the estate of Francis Clegg, de- , tiacts advertised o. the dav "f"«a'e 

. •] Ih- terms of the ale are such by law, that 

lands designated " 1 imtjer," seventy five per 



Easily and rapi<lly applied. 
The most of the mateiiai.s pfiiploypd 
in the conslructi.in of this KiMifinji. have 
been used in varioii.** ways for roofing 

purposes for over fifteen years, and our n , j i» j 

manner of ctmibininr them into, . lie firm, • V"^ ''f rj'''^'^''^-*-. •^'•'"•h'-s «^^^ , • . . ^ ^ .a 

impermeable, uniform fabric, secured bv »";;«- T-^ker 'h '" ^^- ^aii write i'.. It , factory, it can be returned and money refund 

Patent, increases their durability, while 1 '« '" «;.»'"l '*;;;':""'^ "" '"*''' '^'^ ^^"""'^J' 
at the same lime being manufactured by ' -^^'^"';': O^'"': ,?"'"''-. . . . 

machinery on a i»r>jo scale, the cost is! See " Lostak s advertisement in this 

- •' ^ ~ . ... 1 paper. 

1§65. 

A VOICE EiiUM 11! E FAR WEST 
— Speaking of "Costar's" kal. Roach, 
t&c, Exterminator — " nmre \!,rn\\\ and 
provisions are destroyed annually in 
Grant County by vermin than would 
nay for ton-* o( this Rat and Insect 
Killer." — Lancaster, Wis., Herald. 

See " Costar's" advertisement in this 
paper. 

I 1865. 

, FARMERSand II. .usekeepers should 
recollect that hundreds of dollars w<,rth 
of (Jrain. Provisions, (kc, are annually 
destroyed by Rats, Mice, Ants and i»tb-i 
er iii.Mcis mid vermin- all of which can i 
I b« prevented by a tew dollars wtirth of I 
For Leaky Shingle R-H.fs, Chimneys ' " C .star's" Rnf, Roach, &c., Extermiiia 1 
and Skylights. tor, bought and uned freely. j 

J^^See " Costar's" advertisement in 1 
this paper. j 

J^"Sold in Stillwater, Minnesota. 1 
J^»By CARLI <Si CO., and by all 
Druggists and Dealers. 




EXTRACT BUCHU 

ForaU affections and diseases of these organs, whether 

EXISTING IN MAI.E OH FEMALE, 
From whatever cause orlElnatlng. and no matter how long 
standing. Dlscasca of these organs require tho aid of a 
dlnretlc. 

HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU 
Is the Great Diuretic. 
And It le certain to have the desired eflett in all dlsoasos 
for which It Is recommended. 



.essened. Our Roofing is adapted to 
buildings of all descriptions, and in all j 
climates, and can ba applied to steep or 
flat riHifs old or new and by ordinary 
workmen at a trifli,g p.xpense. For uni- 
formity cf quality completeness of finish, 
facility «»f application, cheapness and 
durabilty, we invite a thorough trial. 
We also manufacture 

For Leaky Tin and Iron Roofs. 

Much cheaper and more durable than 
oil paint, as it forms a much heavier 
body and will not crack, run or flake 
otf. 

Compound Cement. 





BOLD BT ALL DRCGGlPTS : 
Address letters for tcformatlOQ, In conQdencc, to 

B. T. BSLMBOLD, 

Clieinist. 

Principal Depots — 

Heimbold's Drug and Chemical Warehouie, 
No. 694 BROADWAY, N. T., 

OB TO 

Heimbold's Medical Depot, 
Ko. 104 SOUTH TENTH ST., PBIIiA. 

Beware of Connterfeits 
ASK FOR H£LMBOLD'St 

T.AJ^K NO OXBCKKl 



often save 
Circulars 



A sure remedy that will 
the Cost of a new roof. 

Samples of Roofing ind 
sent by mail upon application. 

Favorable t'^rms made with respon- 
sible parties who buy to sell again. 
REA »Y ROOFi:«0 CO., 
ii4S 7S MAIDEN LANE. N. T. 

St. Croix k .HissUsippi Steamboat Compenj. 

The New Light-Draft Steamboat 

VIOLA., 

will make regular semi-weekly tripa for the 



jel. 

j Agents wanted in counties not canvassed by 
our own agents. 

FINKL.E & L.YO]^, 

Setring Jftachine Company, 

No. 538 BROAD W AY, NEW YORK. 
nl7-12 mo8. 

.%'traiit'8 Uonrhon Bitters ! 
Su^nin^s Bourbon Bitters I 
Stvftin^s Bcurbon Bitters ! 

A hpslthy tonic, p-nlle stimulant, and unequal- 
led nioriiini; i«|)petil-r. Preiiarvd in ri|>« old 
Bourb .11. BeliiK now u^eil to the exclu«i"n of 
all i.thtT Bitl'T- in iip'r.- thHn tiliy United 
Btatcii Army Iloiipitidii. and inilllonx of urivate 
families and i» ilie only p'-pular medicine 
which ha-> lit-cn r»p«rciHily txtmpttd from 
Stamp t-ir by the Umtrd 8iaU-« novcnim'-nt. 
on the (tr..iinil of iln havinit b en adoptt-d as a 
sundard remedy by the medical profession. 

Swan's Bourbon Bitters. 



St. Croix Brewery. 

AT STILWATER, MIN. 



as- ''hey sr' made of iiftredieiits well-known 
and .,>i.i..ve.l l.v th • Mi;niCAI. PROKKSSIOS 
ashnvltiK HOWKKFLL TONIC PPOPKKT1K8. 
Sff both p»l»'«bl«->4riil plriiSHnt. with nufllc lent 
8TRENOTHEM.no properties to corrtot 
the bili.iui iler»ii|truieiit .if Ihe -ystera, and act 
like a rhsrni when taken 8cci>rillii(j to direc- 
tion. »» ^ n-tiiedv for the foUowiiiK rtiseiweii :— 
INniGESTIOS. ■ DV!<Pi P.-'IA, JAUNDICE, 
LIVER AKFETIOXS LOSS OP APPETITE. 
LOW.NESS OF SPIRIT, SALLOW COMPLEX- 
ION. 



10 00 

6 00 

10 00 

7 00 
6 IH) 



Mr. G. KNIPS would bejt leave to inform all • » t» i t>'*a I 

1 lovers o» GOOD. PURE BEER, that he has SwaiH S BOUrDOll BlttCrS ! 
' enlarged and thoroughly repaired his Brewery, 

and has resumed the manufiicture of Beer, with 

greatly increased facilities for carrying on the 



business. 

I am prepared to fuinish to the people^ o 



sea(>on between La Crosse. Stillwater, and all 

intermediate points on the Misai^-iippi river. .... 

Freight and passengers will be carried Stillwater and vicinity the very 
through without re-»hipinent, at regular rates, 
making direct conncctiona with Express trains 
at La Crosse and all points pan. 

The traveling public will find this the short- 
est and most pleasant route to Milwaukee and 
Chioapx. 

Shippers will ship via La Cro^e & Mil. R. 
R., and have their gi)i)ds marked " Care ol 
Steamer Viola, La Oro«(«e.'' 

June 12, 186J.— n41'20t. 



nrat ^irtitle of Betr^ 

in large or small quantities. 

November, 1864.— nlOtf 



G. KNIPS. 



STATE OF MINNESOTA, ».vr...... v„ ,,....=.- r^ ^ . " 

Washington, ss. —In Probate Court.- In served to withdraw from market any 
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Bender, a weekly newspaper published iu said 
countv of Washington. 

H. R. MIRDOCK. Judge of Probate 
I'ate^, St»llw.iter, On «. l«^s. 



FOR 

HEADACHE, C08T1VESE89, and kindred dls- 
eas>-s, »rlilnK troin « 'llsorded condition ot the 
SlomHch. Liver, or B .welt. H every one try 
these »(reeable Bitters ; once tried and used, 
they will reonim -nd Ihem with confidence to 
all others who are in need of « w olesome, 
SKreeablf siid effectual tonic The rapidly In- 
creiuiiiin ■l-m.ind for thise BitterK has induced 
me to give them puhlicity, «o that thouKsnds 
who have nut used them, may try them and b« 
convinced uf thur eflicscy. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters ! 

^^LADIES. who have tried and found mot 
other •■8T0MACH BITT.;H8'loo bitt<r,anpal- 
alHble aiHl loo liliflily m dicsied for th-ir deli- 
cate laHte. pl«»«e give these a trial, and you 
will not be witb..ut th-m. Th^y will give tone 
to the iitoniach. and fin-ngth to the whole sys- 
tem. ^fW, If V. ur diuirifisl or trade-man has 
not (jot THESE BiTTERS have him send for 
lh<-m. pi^ReiuembL-r the name, and take no 
other. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters. 

^^The composition of Dr. Swain's Bitters having 
t)«en made puMic thro (th th>- columns ol M'-dical Jour- 
nals and haviiic been adopted a< a standsrd remedy by 
the Medical Piof'Selon. are by the deci-l..n of the Com- 
mi««i..t.er Of luternal E venue, EXEMPT FROM STAMP 
DUTf. 

DR. C. H. SWAIN Proprietor. 

_ r 875 Brosdwav. N»T York, 

Orricrs— .J ^ ^ .^j, ,v,,„ street, Chicago. 

C A. COOR, General Agent lor the west 

Chicago. 

Sold at Wholesale in Chicago by Fuller, 

Finch k Fuller ; Burnhnm k Van Schaack ; 

i6rt, and annually he.paiier. M.iYf'"^" '" ■»•"""■•-. "-' Z'-",^"''i1ZCXV. *«««- EtnRiOGE. w. a. coR.'CMAif i chas. G. Smith ; Lord & Smith ; J H Reed* 

PtiVchase money >ayable in leg.. ^"<«" ^lil^^rori;:::;:.^^^^^^^^^^ The undersigned having this dav entered in- Co. : Smith ^ Dwyer. and all Druggi.U and 

"'persons purehasi, g lands upon which other i a weekiy newspape'i published in the «ud coun- to copartnership, invite the public to their Grocers everywhere. n26-ly 



^TATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF 

lo Wa.-hington. ss. — In Probate Co-— t. — la 
e matter of the Estate of John Mesaiuger, 
te of said County deceasfd. 



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"t^Z^ oi l;^' ^f Z;::^ha;; m^ri^y must-^; Vaid "at - Upon-7eadin, andfiling the petition of So- 

ttie estate Ol ^^°'-;° ^ ^fj;,,„h,le lands denoted " Prai- phia M.-^.-inger of su.d county, widow of John 

ne " t.nlv fifteen pei cent, of the purchase Me8«>iiiper, late of said counl^ deceased, pray- 

mo'nev will be required. When lands are not ing that letters of administration upon the es- 

- ■ • timber thereon, the tate of said di-eeased may i.^sue to uintepb E. 



ceiwci- 

Upon reading and filing the 
>'. Jiickson, Admiiii-itrator of 
Francis Clegg late of said county decea.«ed. du- 
ly verified, and representing that it is necessa- 
ry to sell all the real estate of said deceased 

for tho pa>ment of debts and expenses ot ad- <^«P«!,**''„7»["**^J'' ! u'rchase" money required Sehlenk, of said .ountv. 

ministration. It is ordered that all persons in Proportion of the , ^'[J*^ ™7^.^,„^^ ,„ i, ;, „,dered that said application be heard 
urested in *a.d estate appear before n..- . tny ^l^^'* "'7'^'^^";,^ "« of the^rdiase money and determined before me at my office in the 
office in the city of St.Uwater in said c . ity *'«'^\^»f ^f/^^^^'^.^hj^^^^^^^^ cUv of Stillwater, in said countv. on the 6th 

r ro/fh'at1^vr^t;'Z:rse";f :i?.^:.T; Z^J^:^:^)^^^ option of the ^ o. November next, at ,0 o'c.oc. P. -. of 
license should not be gi^oted to said a.u.inis- P-^-^V^P^^'J: ^'^r^V^annur^o th" | An'd'^i, fiirther ordered, that notice ofaaid 
liator for the sale ol said real e.^tate. the raj*;^"! '^J;"^ / -^ ^^ ^^ g^st day of June. ' application and hearing be given to all persons 

And it is furiner ordered that notice of said nnpa.d b*.ance is p, '^ '^ Jf "^^ ^"-^ •'""•^' j^^'P nested in said estate, b? publishing a copy 
application and hearing be given to all persons 186rt, and annually ne.pauer. ..."•... - ». . " . T' 

jriteitsted in said estate, by publishing a copy P..erha.se money )ayal)ie i 
tkf this order lor four successive weeks prior 
to said day of hearing in the Stillwater Mes 



8TATB0P MINNESOTA. Washii.iiton County. Dis-^ 
trict Ciurt, Finn Judiiisl Di»*rlc« — G-orge H. Van 
BIyke, Plaintiff, ag<tii>Mt Sarih B. Van Myke, Defend- 
ant. — Suuimons. 

The State uf Minnesota to the above named defend- 
ant, Orvcting : I 
Jt. S. Revenue Stamp, ) 
\ 60 Cell-.'*. f ' 

Ton are hereby summon d and required o answer Ihe 
complBlnt of the plaintiff In the abo.e entitled action, 
whi. h complaint is fll«l in the olBce r,l the Clerk of the 
District court of Waxliinirlnn county, at th« city of Still- 
water, tn said county ami Slate, and to serve a copy of 
Vour anawer upon the subscrilK-r at hi« ofllie in the city 
of HaMinits Dakota connty. State of MinnesoU within 
thirty days after the service of this summons upon you. 
exclusive of Ihe day of nuch service : and if jou tail to 
answ.r Ihe complaint as af"r»-«aid within the time afore- 
said, the plaintiff will apply to Ihe court for the eiiel 
demanded in the said compliint. 

L. VAN SLYCK. Atfy for Plaintiff, 

R-sideuM Hastings, MinnesoU. 

Dated Julv 26. lS6o.— 4d 



New Skirt for 

18 6 5-0. 

The great invention of the age in 

HOOF SKIKTS- 

J W BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLEX 
ELLIPTIC (or double) SPRING SKIUT. 

This invention consists of Duplex (or two) 
Elliptic Pure Kefiiied Steel Spring, ing iiiou.- 
Iv braided tightly and firmly togciluT. 'dgf !■■ 
edge, niiiking the toughest, most flexible, elas- 
tic and durable Spring ever used. They sel- 
dom bond or break, like the the Single Spring.^ 
and coii:*<quently preserve their prefect and 
beautiful Shape more than twice as long as 
anv Single Spring Skirt that Ever Has or Can 
be made. 

The wonderful flexibility and great comfort 
and pleasure to any Ladv wearing the Duplex 
Elliptic Skirt will be experienced particularly 
in all crowded As-emblies, Operas, Carriages, 
Railroid Cars, Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for 
Promenade and Hcuae DreSb. as the Skirl can 
be folded when in use lo occupy a small place 
as easily and couvjently aa a Silk or Muslin 

Dress. 

A Lady having Enjoyed the Pleasure, Com- 
fort and great Convenience of wearing the Du- 
plex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a single 1 
dav will never afterwards willingly dispense 
with their use. For Children Misses and 
Young Ladies they are superior to all others. 

The Hoops are covered with 2 piv double 
twisted thread and will wear twice as long as 
the S.ii>,ile vam covering which is used on all 
Single Steel Hoop Skirts. The three bottom 
rods on every Skirt aie also Double Steel, and 
twice or double covered to prevent the cover- 
ing from wearing off the rods whet, dragging 
down stairs, stone steps, &c., &c., which they 
are constantly subject to when in use. 

All are made o» the new und elegant Corded 
Tapes, and are the best quality in every part, 
giving to the wearer the most graceful and 
perfect Shape possible, and are unquestioably 
the lightest, most desirable, comfortable and 
econoinii-al Skirt ever made. 

West's Bradley &Carv, Proprietors of the 
Invention, and Sole Manufacturers, 97, Cham 
hers, and 79 & 81 lleade Streets New York. 

For Sale in all first-class Stores in this City, 
and throughout the United Slates and Cana 
da. Hivaiiade t^utia. Mexico. South America, 
and the West Imlien. 

Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or double) 



Spring Skirt. 



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OTICB OF COPARTNERSHIP. 



parties have made i ..pr«vemeuU, will be re- , ty of W »^hinpton ^j-rdOCK 

ouired to pay the f wner of the same the ap- HOLLIS R. Ml^KDOCK, 

n^^d value of imi rovements, one half to b« J-'dge of Probate, 

piiti at the tim. U I tie, .nd the balance wiq- ' T>*^, Btill-.t^r. Oct U , 1 S«». 



general assortment ol Sutionerv and Fancy 
' Goods, at their News Depot on Main street. 
I ELDRIDGE k CORNMAN. 

' Stillwafir, July ?9, 1866— n47 



PCTROLEIJ.TIOILs Extra 
<|iiallt) 



For 



i retail, bv 



sale, wholesale and I 
J. A BATES, 



DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED » 
liR. BUVH^.WS 

E.NGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS lure, in less than iW days, 
worst casss of NRVOUSNKSS Impotency. Premature 
Decay Seminal W-aknert. Insanity, and all Urinary. 
Sexual and Nervous Aff-ctions, no matter from what 
cause produced. Price, One Dollar per box. Sent post- 
paid by mail, on receipt of an order. One Box will 
Derfect the cure in most ris--. Address 
JAMES «. BUTLER. 
General AKeiit, 4-2T Broadway New York. 

I'lUTTER, §ECOnH£ & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS AND 

Dealers in Paper 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

tationery & Prlntera Materials 

220 THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. 
Cwh Paid for Wags and R«»p». 



MORTGAGE :?ALE. 
Whereas, default lias been made in the con- 
ditions of a certain indenture of mortgage 
bearing date the third day of Januarys. D. 
18G3, executed by Ad:ini Albrecht, late of the 
county of Washington Miiine^olii, mortgagor, 
unto Susanna Angelsberg, of the same county, 
mortgagee, duly recorded in the office ol the 
Register oi Deeds in and lor Washington coun- 
ty State of Minnesota, on the ISlh day of 
March 18G3. at 11 o'clock a. m. in book (i of 
mortgages, ages 29, 30 and 31, upon whicli 
there is claimed to be due and is due at the- 
di'te of this notice the sum of $154 82 — being 
for a port of the purcha.se money of suid prem- 
ises. And no suit or proceedings at law have 
been had to recover the amount due thereon 
or any part theieof : And the said mortgagor, 
puisuiuit tn the statute in such case matle and 
provided, did waive all his rignt and equity of 
redemption in and to said premises except one 
year's time, whkh provision is contaiued ia 
said mortgiige. 

Now therefore, notice i.s hereby given that, 
bv virtue of a [ ower of snle in saiil mortgage 
contained, and in (lursuarice of the statute in 
such case iimde and provided, the premises 
described in and covered by said mortgage, t» 
wit : — 

" The undivided one-half part of the south- 
east quarter of the south-east quarter of section 
thirty [30] in U)wn8hip No twenty-nine [29]' 
north of range No. twenty (20) west of the 4th 
[ pi incipal meridian, being in the county of 
Washington aforesaid" — 

Will be sold at public auction by the Sher- 
iff of said county at his office in the city of 
Stillwater, Minn., on the 
j 8TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1865, 

at 12 o'clock noon of said day, to the highest 
bidder, to pay the amount due on said mort- 
cace, the Uxe's. costs and expenses of sale. 

SUSANNA ANGELSBERG, 
I Mortgagee. 

j L. E. Thompson. Att'y for Mortgagee. St. 

Paul, Minn. 
j Dated Sept. 23, 1 865. 



GUARDIAN'S S.4LE.— Pursuant to an or- 
d<r of the Probate of Ramsey county, 
Minnnesota, licensing me to sell certain real 
estate, — 

Notice is hereby givn that on the 7tb day 
ofOctober, 1865. at 12 o'clock M. of that day 
on the following described premises in the 
town of Woodbury, in the county of Wash- 
ington, and Stale of Minnesota. I will sell at 
public auetion. to the highest bidder for cai'b, 
the following descrilied reni estati. situate 
and being in said town of Wi»odbury, lo wit : 

The southwest qunrter (^) of s«'<>iion elevea 
(11) and the north-east qiiaru-r (i) of the 
north-west quarter (J) of section fouiteen (14) 
township twenlv-eight (28) range twenty-one, 
(21). About one-half of said properly is fenc- 
ed and under cultivation and there is a good 
house, barn and outbuilding and a well of 

water, on said premises. 

SIMON POWERS. Gnardiaa. 

Dated. St. Paul. Aug. 29, 1865.— nl St 

The above snle is postponed until Saturda 
the 14th day ofOctober, 1865. 

^lOTniMlLrStWLNG lACHlM 



The undersigned has received the agency o 
the almve Machine ior this c ty and vinity. 

I will sell them at St. Paul prices, thereby 
saving to the purchaser, freight and traveling 
expenses. _ 

JOS. E. SCHLENK. 

Stillwater, May 15, 1865.— n38 



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TashionaWe Jewelry Store, 

THIBD STRKST, at. PAtL. 



The ladies and genilomeii of St. Paul and 
TiciuitT are invited to o»U and examine the 
LARGEST ASD CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 
«f Sew Style* of Jewelry, 

WaUi'm, Cloch, Silt-iT Wart, Plated Wart, Dia- 
mmd Ooodt. SUtKT Tea SeU, Ca'ttors Cakt 
Aisk 's. Gold Cfuim», Ri'ii/^, Thv'^andemry 
thMg the vertalnv,q to ajirst Wu*. J€Wtlri, iytort. 
Mv Roods were purchased oxclusively for 
cftsh from t*f largest wholesale houses lu the 
Union and are for sale at the 

All g^ods wai ranted precisely a* represent- 
ed Cash paid for old gold and silver. A full 
m.pply of WATCH MATERIALS always ou 

*Agent for Seth Thomas' Clocks, also agent 
fcir the celebrated 

FarticulJr attention paid to repairing every 
.ascription of Watches, Clock^ and Jewelry 
« the best possible manner. We manufacture 
kinds of 

HAIR WORK, 

Or anv other pattern of Jewelry. *c., in our 
lire 'All work will be done promptly ma 
woikmaniike manner and BETTER THAN 
ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENT IN THIS 
SECTION OF THE COUNTRY. All orders 
by letter or otherwise wiU receive prompt »t- 

*"aU "kind's of new wheels and new parU of 
the watch manufactured for the trade at rea- 
•onable discount. 

Store iu Greenleafs Block, opposite Concert 
Hall, near the Post Office.^ ^^^^^^^j,^. 



(OFFICI 

SALE OF S<3H( 

In pursuance of law, I 
CoBimissioner of the Stat 
State of Minnesota, do 
make known that a pu 
Lands will be hold in 
oountf at the time and p 
ignated, to wit : 

WASHirrGTON 

ATflTILLWATER. 8ATCR 

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By Philip Smith, B. A. 

ONE OF THE PRINCIPAL CONTRIBUTORS 

TO THE DICTIONARIES OF GREEK 

AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES. BI- 

OGRAPHYANDGE- 

G R A P H Y. 



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Hnee Sir Wilter R.Ueigh jolacwl his imprnonmsnt in 
tb» Tower by the compoiitioo of his ' Htatory of the 
Wjrld," the Literature of Bagl»nd hai never achieved 
the work which he left unfinished. There have been 
"UaiversalHi-tories," from the bulk of an encyclope- 
dia to the m..»t measfre outline, In which the annaU of 
•ach nation are M^par.tely recorded ; but without an at- 
tempt to trace the .lory of Divine Providence and hu- 
man progrei* In one cirtJnecteU narrative. It U pro- 
«,ied lo^upply ihl.waut by a work. conden.e<l enough 
to7*tp it withla a reaionaWe «xe. but yet So full a. to > 
be free from the b.Udi.e«i of an epit..nie. The lit«-ratun- 
of (J-rroany abounds in hUtory,— such as th.»e of Mul- 
ler, ttchl.jsser, Karl v-ii Rott.ck. Duncker, and others,- 
which at once prove the Jeniaud for such a bo.*, and 
urnish models, in some degree, for lu execution. 
evpn th.*- irreat works art- soraewl.at deficient In 
organic anity which is the chief aim ol this HUtory 
of the World.'' .... . ' 

The story ..four wh.>Ierace, like that of eaeh separate 
nation, has •■ a beginning, a middle, and an end." That 
aorv wepropow, to follow, from its beginning in the sa- 
cred records, and from the dawn of civili»atl..n in the 
B„l._through the successive Orienta' Emplr.s.- the 
rise of liberty and the perfection of heathen polity. arts 
•od literature in Oreefl« and Rome.— the chaDg" which 
nassed over the face of the world when the IlKbt .i Ohr is- 
tanily sprunif up.— the orijjin and first appearaiue of 
those barl.arii«n races which overthrew boihdivi-ions of 
lh«B>'inan Empire— ann.ili of the States which roie on 
the Empir.-'* ruin* Including the picturesque details ol 
■M^eval historv. And (ke steady prugress of modern lib- 
erty and civilixatioa.— and theextenaion of these Intlu- 
eoces, by -liscov.^y, cunquest. colonlaatlon. and C ris- 
tian mlssiuns. to the remotest regions of the earth. In a 
word, w separate histories reflect the detached scenes of 
l^OBMkD action and sufforing, our aim is to brinu Into view 
the several parts which as.«uredly from one ureat whole, 
moving onwards, under the gui.lanire ..f Dlv ne Provl- 1 s 
to the unknown end ordained in the Divine pur- 



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Ho pains will be spared to make this history scholar- j 
like in substance and popular In style. It will be fimnded 
in the b<-8t authorities, ancient and modern, original : 
and secondary. The vast progress recently made in 
tiistorical and critical inv.-«tigations, the results ob- 
tained from the mo'lern science ot comparative philolo- 
iiy, and the .liscoveries which have laid open new sourc- 
es of infi-.riuation concerning the East aff'.rd such facil- 
ities as to make the preaenl a fit epoch for our undertak 

The work will be divHed into three Periods evh com- 
plete in itself, and will form Eight Volumes In Demy 

Octavo. , 

I — AscissT HiSTo»v, Sacred and Secular; from the 
* Cre!iti..n to the Fall of the We«t#n Empire in A. 
D 4TtJ. TwoVolnmes. 
n.— MtDiKVAL HiSTORV, Civil and Ecclesiastical ; 
from the Pall of the Western Empire to the Uk- 
ing ol C.ni'tantinople by the Turks, in A. D. 
WM. Two VoluBies. 
ni— Mor.BR-"« HisTOBT, from the Pall of the Bysantlne 

Empire to our own Times. Kour Volumes. 
I( wUl be published in S v..l».,3vo. Price in cloth 
19.60 per volume. Sheep, $4.50. Ualolf Morocco, $5. 

loESTS WANTEDin ALL PARTS of the COUNTRY. 
AoDliiatioiui should be made at once to the Publishers 
•^ D. APPLETON * Co., 

44-3 A -UA Bro*lway, New York. 



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)3L LANDS 

Charles Mcllratli^ 
• Land Office of tlu' 
bcrebj declare an> 
bile sale o( Schoo 
he undermentionei 
aoe b ereiaafter des- 

COUSTY. 
JAY, OCT. Wth, IM*. 
s or pareela of land, vlv : 

27, RANGE 20. 
Ap'd Tal. Val. Ira 
per acre, provem'tp 
irie |6 00 
6 00 
1 00 
WN 27, RANGE 31 

arie |S 00 

6 00 

» 00 

8 00 

iber 10 00 

10 00 

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8. RANGE aO. 

iirie |S 00 

f 28, RANGE 21. 

tirie |3 00 
" 6 1)0 

" 6 00 

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" 6 00 

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•airie 6 0« 
>{ 28. RANGE 22. 
airie |5 00 
N 29, RANGE 2a 

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n six months thereafter, with interest at aev 
■n per cent, per annum, . 

The offering of said lands will commence 
it 10 o'clock A. M., at the usual place ol bold- 

ig court, on the day specified, and will pro- 
e«d III the order in which they are advertised, 
iiitil all are offered No sale will be kept 
•pen longer than one day, and no landa will 
.e sold except at public talc. 

CHAS MoILRATH, 
CommisMoner Sute Land Office. 



1865. 



1865. 





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BRAID. QOa.T.AN» SMBKOlDn WAOTtrDUf 

ItwtlLwMlks rt«B«Ss*ilsaa4lhnaS.iu tnm miSm* iM» 
•■ Ike taMt NsteMk. erct tbs hsartMl ksmr slA sad esw- 

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aayaiksraadilM. U hcsw a ». »»» a aS sissl fa «» ■ , 41«»; 
tef fcs««»«rToH>«sUifa.sa«klsirMK»'"*™ by««a«ssf 
TXZS 'ltOTA.TX^<» »OOXa> 



BRILLIANT, EASY SHINING, 
leather Preserving 

BLACKING. 

A Composition of 

NEAT'S FOOT OIL 

AND 

PURE IVORY BLACK. 

Imparting to BOOT and 
SHOE LEATHER the soft- 
ness and pliancy ot KID — 
while with one-fourth the 
labor usually employed in 
the applif'ations of the or- 
dinary Blackings, it produc- 
es a JET BLACK ENAM- 
EL 6?Z/ 055, equalled only 
by Patent Leather. 

Sold at Retail by all 
GROCERS AND SHOE 
DEALERS. 

Orders received by Amer- 
ican Advertising Agency, 
389 Broadway New York 

AND WHOLESALED AJ THE MANl- 
FACTURERS DEPOT, 

154 Read* St., Xew York. 



"18 v««r« estahliahed in N Y. City. 
" Only Jnfalllble remedies known." 
" Free from Poisons." 
*' Not dangerous to the Human Family." 
" Rats trame out of their holes to die." 

aOSTAR'S RAT, ROACnTatC. EXTERMINATOR 

I* a |i««t«— used tnr RaU. 
Mice, RoactnK Black and 
a*4 AuU, So., dc., die. 

" COSTAR'8" BED BUG EXTERMINATOR 

Ii a llqpild or wash. Died to 
destroy, and altu aj a prr- 
ventlv* fur lt«!d-Bu|;(, Ac. 

COSTAR'S ELECTRIC POWDER FOR INSECTS, 

Ufor Moth*. Monquitot, 
Tleai. Bi'd-Bu^, Inst-ctn oo 
Planu. rowli. Animals, Ac. 

Sold by all Druggists and retailers evert 
where. 

! ! ! BEWARE ! t 1 of all worthless iroita 
tioiia. 

See that " Costar's" name is on each box. 
Bottle, and Flask, before vou huv. 

HEIVRl lt.<0»iT4R. 

Principal Dki-ht, A<6i Bkoadwat, N. Y 

Or-Sold 6f€ARA.I * CO. 
and all Dru^^i^ists and Dealers in Stillwster. 
Minnraota. 




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a* wbo kaT* na«d it ran ba par.uadnt to ua« aor other. 
TlMr*«B4Baaa.*T«BaMa,durabtMty aad fa«a«ly nfltai' 

WEBB SBVBB BQDALBO. 

ItaKSPIDirY. «BSOLUTI8TILLNBaS,BAaBOri|(>TI0lf. 
■amwaaaa and iwatoaaa *t IH Haa aoS Faix war* NEVER AV> 
FROACIIEO l>>- any utttcr Bif kW. Wacas call In aay b«y or^M 
ftan iK* •tra'i. anil with tkra* mlBiil«a laatmctloB they frlil aat tka 
••aSia Btiaeb tha Haauaar. et fallar, aoS 4* tk* work witk aallia 



"HIOnLT COSCENTIiATSD" COMPOXmD 

aUlD EXTRACT BUCH: 

.V poaKlva and Cpeciac nctcjil/ f-r Aisesses of i.. 
taddcr, Iil4iit:r>, Cro«t-l i .d nropalcnl tw« '. 
TWs Medicine Increases the rowers of dleestlon 

ottes the iib:orbcnt» J-io licclMiy ectlcn, l^y vt'j". 

•tterof C6lcarco-j rtcpo.lllons, csd t'l nr.nr.tc- 
^^;emenla nroreflr.oed.as-wcll tspzUt and Intonmt*! 
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MORTGAGE FORECLOSURK.— Whereas 
default has been made in the payment of 
the nionev secured bv a certain mortgage exe 
cuted by William McKusick of Washington 
county, ilinrtesota, to Andrew Mackey of Af- 
ton in said county and Slate, dated the , 
l-2th day of February a d. 185S>, which said 
niortgas^e was recorded in the office of the 
Rt'pistt'r of Deeds of the county of Washington 
aloresaid in book F ol mortgages, on page 44 
on the 15th day of February a. d. 1859, at 10 

A. M. ' 

And whereas the said mortgage was on the 
18th dav ofSepteifber, A. D., 1865. by the 
snul .Andrew Mackey, duly sold and assigned < 
to one John McKusick of said county which I 
said assignment bears dale on that day, and i 
was recorded in the office of the Register 
of Deeds in and for said county of Woshington 
OR the 19th day of September, 186.5, in book 
G of mort<tagc8, on pages 496 and 497. [ 

The amount cl aimed to be and now due on | 
said niortgige at the time of the first publica- ' 
tion of this notice is the sum of ^563 85. , 

Now theieiore notice is hereby given that 
by virtue of the piower of sale contained in 
said mortgage, and in pursuance of the statute 
in snch case made and provided, the said 
mortgage will be foreclosed by the sale of the 
premisert in said mortgage described, at public 
auction, bv the Sheriftof said county at the 
office of the Sheriff in the city of Stillwater, 
county of Washington. Minnesota, on the first 
dat of November a. d. 1865, at I'i o'clock 
noon on said day. 

The premises described in said mortgage are 
as fo'lows, viz: 

The n e J of section number nine (9) 
in town.ship (30) thirty north of range (21) 
twci ty-one west in the district of lands sub- 
ject to sale at Stillwater, late Territory now 
State of MinnesoU. containing 160 acres ac- 
cortiing to U. S. Government .Purvey. 

JOHN McKUSlCK, Asrignee. 
Jj. E. Thommon. Atty. tor Assignee. 

Stillwater, Sept. 19th, 1863, 



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OTATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF 

Jo Washington, ss. — In Probate Court. — In 
the mattcf of the estate of Francis Clegg, de- 
ceased. 

Upon reading and filing the petition of A. 
E. Jackson, Administrator of the estate of 
Francis Clegg late of said county deceased, du- 
ly verified, and representing that it is necessa- 
ry to sell all the real estate of said deceased 
for tho pajment of debts and expenses otad- 
niiniitratiun. It is ordered that all persons in 
terested in said esute appear before mr ;i ray 
office in the city of StiUwater in said c^ ity. 
on the 18th day of November next, at 2 o . lock 

p. M. of that day, to show cause, if an\. why a nmv, "— .;• 

license should liot be granted to said aduiinis- purchaser ; provid* 
ti Btor for the sale of said real estate. I the rate of sevcii p< 

And it is furtner ordered that notice of said j unpaid balance is j 
app'ication and hearing be given to atl persons " " 

interested in said esUte, by publishing a copy 
i>£ this order for four successive weeks prior 
to said day of hearing iu the Stillwater Mes- 
senger, a weekly newspaper published iu said 
county of Washington. 

II. R. MIRDOCK, Judge of Probate 
ttate*!, Stillwater, Oct 6, la^S. 



AFTON— TOV 
lot 1 of ne If 

lot 2 nw 16 

lot4sw 1« 

lot 5 se 16 

STILLWATER— 
lots 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, <. 
11, 12, 14. 15. of ne 
lots 1, 2. 3. 4. 6. 6, 
9. 10. 11, 1», 13.1* 
16, of nw 
lots 1. 2, 8. 4. 5. 6. "; 
9, 10. U. 12, 13. 1 
'16, ofsw 
lots 1.2. 8, 4, 5. 6. 
9, 10,11. 12, ofse 
MARI.NE— TO 
lots 5 and 9 of nw 8 
Its 6, 7,&12ofnw ' 
lot 8 of nw *' 

Its 5, 6, 7,9, 11, 
1 12. SW " 

lot 8 of SW " 

lot 10 of SW " 

No lands will be 
pidised value per a. 
served to withdraw 
tiacts advertised, o 
■J be terms of the 
lands designated " 
cent, of the purcha 
the time of sale, wh 
ne," only fifteen pe 
money will be roqu 
especially valuable 
proportion of the 
down is men'.ioned 
each case, the bola 
can be paid any ttii 
time, within twent\ 



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Hoofing 

In Rolls ready t«> nail down. 

Roofing 

Costing less than half as much as Tin. 

Roofing 

More durable than Tin. 

Roofing 

Suitihle for steep or flat roofs. 

Roofing 

Not injured by heat or t,-old. 

Roofing 

Easily and rapi<lly applied. 
The most of the mateiials employed 
in the construction of this Roofing, have 
been used in various ways for roofinjj 
purposes for over fifteen years, and our 
manner of combining them into one firm, 
impermeable, uniform fabric, secured bv 
Patent, increases their durability, while 
at the same lime being manufactured by 
machinery on a larjie scale, the cti-jt is 
lessened. Our Roofing is adapted to 
buildings of all descriptions, and in all 
climates, and can bs applied to steep or 
flat roofs, old or new and by ordinary 
workmen at a trifli.g expense. Ft>r uni- 
formity of quality completeness of finish, 
facility of application, cheapness and 
durabilty, we invite a thorough trial. 
We also manufacture 

XtlCiXJIID CEiL^EIsTT, 

For Leaky Tin and Iron Roofs. 

Much cheaper and more durable than 
oil paint, as it forms a much heavier 
body and will not crack, run or flake 
off. 



Compound 



For Leaky Shingle Roofs, 
and Skylights. 



Cement. 

Chimneys 



often save 



A sure remedy that will 
the cost of a new rotif. 

Samples of Roofing And Circulars 
sent by mail upon application. 

Favorable t«rms made with respon- 
sible parties who buy to sell again. 
REA »Y ROOFIIVO CO., 
n46 73 MAIDEN LANE, N. Y. 



18 6 5. 

INCREASE OF RATS.— The Far 
iner's GaeetU (Eiitflinb) asserts ami 
proves by figures ihat <»ne pair of rat.- 
will have a progeny and descendants no 
less than 651,050 in three yea.vs. Now. 
unless this immense family can be kept 
down, they would consume more food 
ih.-m would sustain 65.000 human beings. 

J^^See " CostarV advertisement iri 
this paper. 

1865. 

RATS vertua BIRDS.— Whoever en- 

tjnges in shiK>ting small birds if> a cruel 
man ; whoever aids in exterminating 
(a^ is a l>enefactor. We should like 
some of our corn gpondents to give us 
the benefit of their es^erien'.e in driving ' 
out thebe pests. We n^ed something 
besides do^s, cats and traps for this bis- , 
iness. — Scientljic American. I 

J^"See "CtiSTAR's" advertisement 
in this p-'per. 

1865. 

"COSTAR'S" HAT EXTERMINA 

TOR IS simple, safe and sure — the mo.sl 
perfect Rat ification meeting we have ev- 
er attended. Every Rat that can get it, 
properly prepared according to direc- 
tions, will eat it, and every one that eats 
it will die, generally at some place as 
distant as possible from where the med- 
iv-ine was taken. — Lake Shore, Mtch., 
Mirror. 

See " Costar's" advertisement in this 
paper. 

1865. 

IIOUSEKEEFEIW troubled with 
vermin need be so no longer, if they use 
•' Costar's" Exfen linator. We have 
u.sed it to our satisfaction ; and if a box 
fo«Jt $5 we would have it. We have 
tried poisons, but they ctncted nothing; 
but " Costar's" article knocks the breath 
out of Rat.s, Mice, Roaches and Bed 
Bujis, quicker thiu we can write i*.. It 

I IS in ureat demand all over the c«)untry. 

I — Medina, Ohio, Guzetle. 

j See" Costar's" advertisement in this 
paper. 

1865. 

A VOICE FKOM THE FAR WEST 
— Speaking of " Costar's" Rat, Roach, 
«kc.. Exterminator — " more grain and 
provisions are destroyed annually in 
Grant County by vermin than would 
nay for ton-i of this Rat and Insect 
Killer." — Luncagter, Wis., Htrald. 

See " Costar's" advertisement in this 
paper. 

1865. 

FARMERS and Housekeepers should 
recollect that hundreds of dollars worth 
of Grain. Provisions, &c., are annually 
destroyed by Rats, Mice, Ants and oth- 
er insicis and vermin- all of which can 
be prevented by a few dollars worth of 
" C JStar's" Rat, Roach, die., Extermina 
tor, bought and used freely. 

2^"See " Costar's" advertisement in 
this paper. 

I ^^~Sold in Stillwater, Minnesota. 

I :^*By CARLI <Si CO., and by all 

1 Druggists and Dealers. 



Tbt pant nnlTansllj •roMOM* tkk Ik* Bm FiniLr Savtag 
Ib. Is tilt »orld. Wk*Mv*rtk*iiwr<Uo(lk*olk«r Duchlu^ 
H U so ilia|»r>ic.ni«ii u> My Ik* Wlllroi A Oltiba to wortk, far 
tanllT i>^ iloabla Ui» of uv atkw nm vSmi u ik« ^bllc. 

Ii mlTad tk< <K>M U*M *( IU AiBwtMB luUtula-lk* tal 
pf Uip for 

**THE BIST SEWING MACHINE." 

•I Ik* ftmK Nrw ButaBd Fait — th* Tarmotit SUU Fair — Ik* 
FattatTlvaaiaSlal* ^r— Iba Indiana Sui. Fair — and It otbav 
r\nt eramlnna al Ika aiaMlnp of Maehaalral aad Selaaliflc BodMlM 
all oT*r Ik* vorU, anaaioof IMInipblaain l«M, 

ItUMWtkcOrMtUailaKraBllySevlafllat^lM 
ALL OVER THE WORLD. 

Pfta* ol Macbia**, wllb haminar, Mlar, (*■(*, *tt CM, (BM 
■M«lt*. fall aiiacUaaa. Ac. from %l* Xo IIMk, 

■araaa't Beir-Bcwer, for all Scwlif Maniacs, 



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! BLOOD! 

FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPiRILLA, 

rorpvrUyiiir tli. BIoM, leuMffac iB ' 
Uoii>l<UicMeaarltliigftt>m«atap«B*a*a f afl 
•aa ft. only r»MaMMii« •Bfcetaal »WWB !•■»■ 
nn of Beroftda. WatiA Head. fiaU Bb«vm. . 
BwaUtaga «' 0»» Boim. nccrstiona of tkt. T 
Lfft, BtotdtestFliDplaa oa tk. Faea,Tatt«t 
Md an acaly BrnpUoaa ot Um sua. 

XXV BEATTtny Y »»» TBD I i 

yO T A FE W 

of (be wont dliordcT* tbst sOlct manktBd aria. I 
comiptionUuitaceBnmlaUatottaiaoea- Ofan«bedla> 
eovwlM that bare beqp »a*a to pan .ttot .BOBa oaa 
Moal in enact CxucaoLD'a CoxrocxB Kxtbaot ovBa» 
n?A«ttx.^ ttetoanwsiaadiwwralaetfceBIoad.111^ 
tio rigor o« keaJth iato ibe iTstem. aad pa»»«a oaty 
bnmore which make dUeaM. It aUmnl atMtt a kaallkr 
ftacUoB* of ibe body, aad expel« th. dlaor*«ttbBtgwr 
•nd rankle in the blood. Been a remedy that MaU M 
rcUed on baa loot been tonebt for, and bow, fwtte flial 
itoo tbc pcbUo hare one on wblch thej eaa depena^Oa* 
•pace bere doe* not admit of certlfleat«««*owMaa»rtfc 
bet tbe trial of aftncle bottle wiUahow to tboalck tbattt 
baa IU Ttrtaei earpaalnis aaythlac tbey bare etw ttJcw. 
Two Ublespoonaful of tbe Extract of Bariaparina added 

to a pJnt of water la equal to the Uaboa Diet '^"^^ 
one bottle U fWly cqnn! to a gallon of tbe Bymp of r" 
oarilla, or tbe deeocJou aa oaaaltr made. 



AaMa Ik* work llwll>T*Uiog Ik* kMI poaura aad iini* iw Ik* *yM. 

rite* BLM. I.*f a I>t*ooBat la A(aela 

W* laka oth«r mackta** la azchaaga. W*t*llOiL,Com>ii,SlU^ 
XwWf»A N aaaLca for *T*i7 klad of Mwtai marhina. 

AOKIITa W ANTKD.— T*ra» to acaata, da» riptlx cimlar aat 
a«u at waak aaal ttm kf owll. «■ r*c*lpi of uam|^ or ka4 afr» 

L CO&SELI ft CO.. Oen'l Ag'ti^ 
m Uke atnet. CHluao, Uk 

n . .ra. -a. a — aa.«. 

Ail t for IfIinu««iota. 



■ 'any are atraro of V.ie c i c o? sit!: 

IconfcM. The reco.-;; '. ■ k- I"^' 

'ancholy deaths h;' co i«v r • ' ' ' 
.: tnilb of the Biaertiia. 

■:ie ConatltnUon, o:n c a ■■• 

,clrc« Ibc aid of nu't"'-! . 
,• ;-'(ilem, wtleb lini-Sl". •. 

r T lablj- does. A trial will couvince ibe mo»t acepilca. 



• nj.licu cmi iuTlgo: 

;i;xT::.vcTOF buc;'. 





HELKBOX.D'8 SOSB WABHt 

An excetlaat I«tloB for dlaeaaea artelns temk baUta 9t 
dlialpatlon, need In connection with the EatraetaiBaefcft 
•j»d8artaparma,lniocbdUeaeeea»reeoiBiBeBded. ■rV 
.ence of tbe moat reaponalble and rellabl. diaraetw WOI 
accompany tbe medlclnea. Alao ezpUdt dlre^ eaa to* 
ue,toMAuiuire<tf <t^ Ounuanda VMa^ wltaew ii . an d a>» 
ward! of »,000 nasoUclted certlOcatM aad re cwmniiTida « 
tory lettera. many of which are firom tbe blglie a t aoareM, 
Inclndlag eminent Fbydciana, Clergymen, Blareairn, *e. 
The Proprietor ba* nerer roMrted to their pabttoattaB tm 
tbe newapapera ; he doea not do tbtaftwn tbelhct that his 
artlclea rank aa Standard Preparatioaa, aad do not BMA 
to t>e propped ap by cerU&catea. 

Tbe Scleace of Medicine, like tbe Doric Cotamn. iheaU 
■tend simple, pare, majeatlc, baTlag Fact Ibt Ita " "" 
iBdocUon for lU pUlar, and Truth alOBO tat V* C"* 



St. Croix Brewery. 

AT STILWATER, MIN. 




1866, and annuaily 
Purchase money 

noted. 

Peraons purehasi 

parties have made 

quired to pay the 

I praised value of inn 

■ p«W al th« time of 



" 10 00 

«• 7 00 

" 6 m 

told f«r leas than their ap- 
re. anJ the right is re- 
frjin market any of the 
1 the dav of sale, 
jiale are such by law, that 
Mmtjer," seventy 6ve per 
e money must he paid at 
le landa denoted " Prai- 
eent. of the purchase 
red. When lands are not 
or timber thereon, the 
lurchase money required 
in the proper column. In 
ice of the purchasn money 
e thereafter, from time to 
years, at tbe option of the 
1 interest in advance at 
r cent, pej annum, on the 
lid to the first day of June, 
iherealter. 
payable \a legal tender 

ig lands upon which other 
niprovementA. will be re- 
>wner of the same the ap- 
jrovementa, one half to b« 
ale. and the balance wi'i^- 



St. Croix & Miuiuippi Steamboat Compnnf. 

The New Light-Draf^ Steamboat 

V I O L ^, I 

will make regular semi-weekly trips for the 
season between La Crosse. Stillwater, and all 
intermediate points on the Missi^tsippi river. i 

Freight and passengers will be carried 
through without re-shipment, at regular rates, 
making direct connections with Express trains 
at La Crosse and all points east. 

The traveling public will find this the short- | 
eat and most pleasant route to Milwaukee and i 
Chicago. 

Shippers will ship via La Crosse & M.l. R. 
R., and have their goods marked " Care ot I 
Steamer Viola, La Crosse." j 

June 12, I860.— n41 -201. 

^TATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF 
io Wa.-'hingtcn, ss. — In Probate Co'— t, — lo 
t le matter of the Estate of John Mesaiuger, 
late of f 'id County di'ceas<-d. 

Upon reading and filing the petition of So- 
phia M«'i»sinj:er of said county, widow of John 
Messinper, late of said couni\ deceased, pray- 
ing that letters of administration upon the es- 
tate of said deceased may issue to Jinteph E. 
Schlenk, of said countv. 

It is ordered that said application b« heard 
and determined before me at my office in the 
city of Stillwater, in said county, on the 6th 
day ot November next, at 10 o'clock p. m. of 
that day. 

And it is further ordered, that notice of said 
application and hearing be given to all persons 
ijiterestcd in said estate, by publishing a copy 
of I his order foi three successive weeks prior to 
said day of hearing, in the Slillwaver MeMenper, 
a weekly newspapei published in tbe said coun- 
ty ol Washington 

HOLLIS R. MURDOCK, 

Judge of Probate. 

Dated, SUllwattr, Oct. 11, 1866. 



—IMPROVED— 

The greatest improvement yet In the Sewing 

Machine art. A curiosity worth seeing. 

Please send for circular with sample of sew 

ing. 
These Improved Machines save one hcsdrkp 

PBR CKiiT. of Thread and Silk, and make the 
LOCK STICH alike on both sides. 

They require no in-truction to operate per- 
fectly, except " the printed d rection 

No change in sewing from one kind of goods 
to another 

And no taking apart to clean or oil. 
Our NEW MANUFACTORY is now com 
plete, with all its machinery and tools entirely 
new, and is already rapidly turning out Ma- 
chines which for BEAUTY and PERFECTION 
of FINISH are not surpassed by any manufac- 
ture in the World; 

N. B. — Should any Machine prore unsatis- 
factory, it can be returned and money refund- 
el. 

Agents wanted in counties not canvassed by 
our own agents. 

FINKL.E & LiYOlV, 

Sewing Machine Company^ 

N o. 638 BROADWAY, NEW Y R K. 
nl7-12 ivios. 

SwahVs Bourbon Bitters i 
Swain*» Bourbon BUters I 
Swain^s Bcurbon Bitters ! 



A healthy Ionic, (fentleatimulant, and unequal- 
led muruing npiietifr. PrepareJ in ri|)e uld 
Bourb >n. Being now Uiietl to the exclusion of 

all other Bitter" in r.- than tllty United 

Bute* Army Bo»pil<il*,»ndia\\\\on» of private 
families and i« ilie only p^pulBr medicine 
which han been especially eatmjAed from, 
«fufiip<</tB by the United 8iaW« government, 
ou the ftr.mnil uf its havinKb'en adopted aa a 
atandard rtmtdy by the medical prol'eoalon. 

Swan's Bourbon Bitters. 

^»- ''hey are made of nitredlenta well-known 
and approve.! bv th- MKDICAL PROFESSION 
aahavInK POWKRFLL TONIC PP0PEBTIE8. 
are both paUmble tiiM ple«iHnt. with nuflicient 
STRENGTHENING PROPERTIES lo corrrot 
the biiioua derangement of the system, and act 
like a charm when taken according to direc- 
tion. »« » r.-niedy for the foUowing dioeaws :— 
INDIGESTION. DYSP' P.-'IA, JAUNDICE. 
LIVER AKFETI0N8 L088 0P APPETITE. 
L0WNK88 OF SPIRIT, SALLOW COMPLEX- 
ION. 



IB many affectlona peculiar to Femalea, the Extbaci 
Blxdc U nnoQualed by any other remedy, and for al. 
eeatplaiiita Incldeat to the sex. or in the 

DECLDfB Ott CHAJfOK OF LIFE, 

pr* &aa Stuptoms abovx. 

d^ No Faxnlly »hotild be without It. 





t madlelne foi 



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Take no Calaao, jrercar;-, or ony'.i 
Qspleasaat aad «Uugeron» (:i3WKCS. 

CurcB Secret Di^disca 
la all their atages little expense, little or no chaoxa ol 
diet, 00 Ittconvcnlencc, aad XO EXPOSUKE. 



My Eittaet Banapartlla la a Clood Pnrtfler ; my Eztnc* 
Bnchn la a Dlnrette. aad will act as atieh In aU caaaa. 

Both are prepared on porcly scleDttflc principle*— *» 
eon»-and are tbe moat active meaaurea of eltber that 
can he made. A ready and concliialve teat will be a torn 
parlaon of their properUea with tlioee set forth In the fal> 
lowing vorks: 

Geo Dl:pess&tory of the United States. 

Eea rrofeaaor Dswess' valuable works on tke Fraetle* 
of rfcytlc. 

Geo reisarka made by the celebrated Dr. Pwraic, Fhlla. 

Eee rea&rka taade by Er. Etbsaim McDowaix, a eele- 
hratod rhj slclan and Kcaiber of the Boyal Collefe of 
fsrjeoBa. IrcUad, and pnbUihed In the TranaactloM «« 
the dag and Qacen'a Joomal. _ 

Fee Kedlco^TJlrnrgical Hevlew, pnbUahed by Bsn^ 
TBATua. Fellow of the Eoyal College of Bnrgeoos. 

SM most af the late atandard worka on MedldiM. 




USK HF.LMBOLD'S 
EXTRACT BUCHU 

For all affectlona and dlseaaea of these organs, whether 

EXISTING IX MALE Oil FEMALE, 
From whatever cause orlglnBtlng. and no matter how long 
standing. Dtocaae* of lUeae orgaaa rc%ulre Ibo atdof a 
dlnretlc. 

HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU 

Is the Great Diuretic. 
And It Is certain to have the doalred effett In all dlseaaea 
for which It la recommended. 





SOLD BT ALL PRUOGlSTS 1 
Addreaa lettera toi Information, la conndence, to 

B. T. BSLHBOX.D, 

Cliexxxiat. 

Principal Depots— 

Helmbold's Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 
No. 694 BROADWAY, N. T., 

OB TO 

Helmbold's Medical Depot, 
Mo. 104 SOUTH TENTH ST., PHZZaAr 

Beware of Connterfeits 
ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S! 

TAJBiSl NO OTHHJRI 



Mew Skirt for 
18 6 5.6. 

The great invention of the age in 

HOOP SKIRTS- 

J W BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLEX 
ELLIPTIC (or double) SPRING SKIUT. 

This .nvetition consists of Duplex (or two) 
Elliptic Pure Refined Steel Spring, ingcniou.- 
ly braided ligliily and firmly together. <dge t.. 
edge, making the toughest, most flexible. elaf»- 
tic and durable Spring ever used. They sel- 
dom bend or break, like the the Single Springs, 

and consequenllv preserve their prefect and . . a - a 

beautiful Shape more than twice as long as pursuant te the statute in such case made and 

" *^ " " " provided, did waive ail his rignt and equity of 

redemption in and to said premise* except one 
year's time, which provision is contained in 
said mortgage. 

Now therelore, notice is hereby given that, 
by virtue of a power of snle in said mortgage 
contained, and in pursuance of the statute in 
such case made and provided, the premieea 
described in and covered by said mortgage, U> 
wit : — 

*' The undivided one-half part of the south- 
east quarter of the south-cast quarter of section 
thirty [SO] in township No twenty nine [49 J 
north of range No. twenty (20) west of the 4th 



, MORTGAGE SALE. 

Whereas, default has been made in the con- 
ditions of a certain indenture of raortgagv 
bearing date the third day of January a. d. 
1863, executed by Adam Albrecht, late of the 
county of Washington Minnesota, mortgagor, 
unto Susanna Angelsberg, of the same county, 
mortgagee, duly recoided in the office of the 
Register of Deeds in and for Washington coun- 
ty State of Minnesota, on the 18th day of 
March 1863, at 11 o'clock ±. M. in book G of 
mortgages, ages 29, 30 and .11, upon which 
there is claimed to be due and is due at the- 
di'te of this notice the sum of $154 82 — being 
for a p»rt of the purcha:ie money of said prem- 
ises. And no suit or proceedings at law have 
been had to recover the amount due thereon 
or anv part thereof : And the said mortgagor, 



any Single Spring Skirt that Ever Has or Can 
be made. 

The wonderful flexibility and great comfort 
and pleasure to any Ladv wearing the Duplex 
Elliptic Skirt will be experienced particularly 
in all crowded As.-emblie8, Operas, Carriages, 
Railro id Cars. Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for 
Promenade and House Dresb. as the Skirt can 
be folded when in use to occupy a small place 
as easily and couvieuily as a Silk or Muslin 
Dress. 

A Lady having Enjoyed the Pleasure. Com- 
fort and great Convenience of wearing the Du- 
plex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a single 



Mr. G. KNIPS would beg leave to inform all . , _ , tj'a* I 

I lovers of OOOD. PURE BEER, that he has SwaiD S IJOUrDOn UltierS ! 



I enlarged and thoroughly repaired his Brewery, 
I and has resumed the manufacture of Beer, with 
i greatly increasad facilities fur carrying on the 

business. 
I am prepared to furnish to the people- 

Stillwater and vicinity the very 

Beat •Srtifle or Beer^ 



in large or small quantities. 
November, 1864.— nlOtf. 



O. KNIPS. 



BTATBOr MINNKSOTA. Washington Uoonty. Dis- 
trict Court, First Judicial DI«Tlet — G-«r|re H. Van 
Slylie. PlalnlilT, affaiiuU darah B. Vau Myke, Defend- 
ant. — Suoimuna. 

The State of Minnesota to the above named defeod- 
ant, OrecUnii : 

iu. S. Revenue Stamp, } 
} 60 Cen's. i 

Ton are hereby summon d and rfqoired o answer the 
complaint of the plaintitT In the abii.e entltl«l action, 
which complaint is flled In the ofBee ol the Clerk of the 
District court of Wnj<liinfrton roonty, at the city of Still- 
water, in said c'lanty and Sute, and to ser»e a copy of 
Tour anKwer upon the subscrilivr at his "fllce in tliB city 
of Haolin^s Dak'>ta county. State of Minnesota within 
thirty davs after the service of thiasumrooas ap<in you, 
axcluaiTc of the day of such service : and if yt'U fail to 
answer the complainl as aforevaid within the time afore- 
said, the plaintiff will apply to the coort for the cliel 
demanded in tbt* said cnmpliint. 

L. VA.N 8LYCK. Atfy tor Plaintiff, 
E-sidenee BasUngS, Minoeaota. 

Dated July 3«. 1866. 



jV'OTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP. 

ABUCL KtDRIDSK. "• *- COWOIall 

The undersigned having this day entered In- 
to copartnership, invite the public to their 
general assortment of Sutionery and Fancy 
Goods, at their News Depot on Main street. 
ELDRIDGE k CORNMAN. 

Stillwater, JuIy^B, 1865— n47 



FOR 

HEADACHE, C08T1VENES8, and kindred dis- 
eases, arising trom « ilsorded condition ol the 
Slomncb, Liver, or Biwels. Let every one try 
these aurveable Bitters ; once tried and used, 
they will reconim-'nd them with confidence to 
all others who are in need of a w olesome, 
aifreeaWi* mid effectual tonic. The rnpidly In- 
creiiaiiiK <l"mand for these Bittern has Induced 
roe to Rive them put)llcity, so that thousands 
who have not used them, may try them and be 
convinced of thtir efficacy. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters ! 

^^LAOrES. who have tried and fonnd moa 
other- STOMACH BITTiiRS' too bitter, unpal- 
atable and too hiichly m -dicaied for th»ir deli- 
cate tante. pleane (rive these a trial, and yoa 
will not be without th-tn. They will give lone 
to the stomach, and Mrenitih to the whole sys- 
tem. WW- If \' ur liiuBiflst or tr»rle«man has 
not (tot THESE BITTERS have him send for 
th>-m. |a^Ilumemt>or the name, and take no 
other. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters. 

^^The composition of Dr. Swain's Bitters harlng 
been made public thro gh the columns of M-dical Jour- 
nal* and haviiiK been adopted as a standard remedy by 
the Medical Piofe»»lon. are by the declefc-n of the Com- 
mlwioner Of Internal E^venue. EXliMPT FROM STAMP 
DUTT. 

DR. 0. H. SWAIN Proprietor. 

- ( 8T5 Broadway. N» v Y..rk, 

Orncrs— ^ ^ ^^^^^ vy,,„ Street, Chlrago. 

C A. COOK.* General Agent for the west 

Chicago. 
Sold at Wholesale in Chicago by Fuller, 
Finch k Fuller ; Bumham k Van Schaack ; 
Chas. O. Smith ; Lord k Smith ; J H Reed k 
Co. : Smith k Dwjer, and all Druggirts and 
Grocers everv»»here. n26-ly. 



dav will never afterwards willingly dispense I P-incipal meridian, being in the county of 
with their use. For Children Misses aiwl Washington aforesaid — 
Young Ladies they are superior to all others. 

The Hoops are covered with 2 plv double 
twisted thread and will wear twice as long as • bullwater. Minn., on the 
the S.ngle yam covering which is used on all 8TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1866, 

Single Steel Hoop Skirts. The three bottom ^^ 12 o'clock noon of said day, to the highest 



Will be sold at public auction by the Sher- 
iff of said countv at his office in the city of 



rods on every Skirt ate also Double Steel, and 
twice or double covered to prevent the cover- 
ing from wearing off the rods whc dragging 
down stairs, stone steps, kc., kc., which they 
are constantly subject lo when in tisc. 

All are made of the new nnd elegant Corded 
Tapes, and are the best quality in every part, 
giving to the wearer the most graceful and 
perfect Shape possible, and are uiiquestioably 
the lightest, most desirable, comfortable and 
economii^al Skirt ever made. 

West's Bradley & Carv, Proprietors of the 
Invention, and Sole Manufacturer*. 97, Cham- 
bers, and 79 & 81 Reade StreeU New York. 

For Sale in all first-class Stores in this City, 
and throughout the United Sutes and Cana 
da. Havana de I'uita, Mexico. South America, 
and the West In<1iei<. 

Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or double) 
Spring Skirt. 



bidder, to pay the amount due on said mort- 
eace. the taxes, cost* and expenses of sale. 
SUSANNA ANGELSBERG, 

Mortgagee. 
L. £. THOMrsoH, Att'y for Mortgagee, 8U 
Paul, Minn. 

Dated Sept. 28. 1 865. 



kO^YOU WISH TO BE CURED? 



P 

retail, by 



ETROLEVmOIL, 

Quality. For 



sale. 
J. 



Extra 

holenalc and 
A BATES. 



D f'R. BUCH^yS 

K.NOLI8H SPECIFIC PILLS cure, in less than 80 days, 
woral casaaofN BV0USSKS8 Impoteney. Premature 
Decay. Seminal Wvaknesa, Inaanity, and all Urinary. 
Sexual and Nervous Aff -ctiona, no matter from what 
cauae prodnced. Price, One Dollar per box. Bentpoitt- 
pald. ^ mail, on receipt of an order. Oa* Box will 
Derfect the cure in most cis-*. Ad<lre«s 
*^ JAMES 8. BCTLKK, 

0«nera] Agent, HI Broadway New Tork. 



^IVTTEK, SEC031BE 4c CO., 

MAKCPACTURER8 AND 

Dealers in Paper 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

tationery &. Prlntera XlatdiiaLi 

220 THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. 
Oaah Paid for Faga and R«fa. 



GUARDIAN'S SALE.— Pursuant to an or- 
d«r of the Probate of Ramsey county, 
Minnnesota, licensing mo to sell certain real 
estate, — 

Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day 
of October, 1865, at 12 o'clock M. of that day 
on the following described premises in the 
town of Woodbury, in the county of Wash- 
ington, and Sute of Minnesota, I will sell at 
public auition, to the highest bidder for cai>h» 
the following described real estaU, situate 
and being in said town of WiKxibury, to wit : 
The south- wt'st quarter (J)of »p«^ion elevea 
(U) and th»« north-east quarter (i) of the 
north-west quarter (J) of section fourteen (14) 
township twenty-eight (28) range twenty-one, 
(21). About one-half of said property is fenc- 
ed and under cultivation and there is a eood 
house, barn and out-building and a well of 
water, on said premises. 

SIMON POWERS, G«mll»ii. 
Dated. St. Paul. Aug. 29, 18«8.— nl St 
The above sale it postponed until Satarda. 
tbe 14th day of October, 1865. 

■"sroiOAinraTOfi iaciini 



The undersigned has received the agency o 
tbe above Machine ior this c ty and vinity. 

I will sell them at St. Paul prices, thereby 
saving to the purchaser, freif^ht and traveling 
expenses. ^^^^ 

JOS. E. SCHLENK. 

Stillwater, May 15, 1866.— n38 




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i TKRMS- -02,00 A YEAR, 
( iDvarUMy In Advance. 



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STILLWATER, UltlVMESOTA, OCTOBER 31, 1865* 



IVUJIIBER ^. 



TIE miffiii mmii bsbii's mn m\ tismb. 



MTABL13UKD BY TlIK PRKdENT 
SEHTKMBKK M. l"'.V> 



PROI'HIKTOR 



A. J. yAN VORHtS, tOlTurt AND PUBLISHER. 

-• -» « 

'T»nM- -Two Mian a \car. WriaMj w .\<l>aBfr. 

Office, in LiernheiiTiar's Blook. 

RATES OF ADVERTISINB. 

r«1 'in**, V1.H> ^r-fc or /««) .-on.h*-/' " »'/-""; 
Onotquare, for one Insertion, - - * • „ 

" .. each ».iaiti..ual " 
One-fourth oJumn. 8 moulh*. - 

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., .« 1 year, 

One-half column, » month*, - - ' 



«oiii\<- iionE. 



,> " \ >«ar. 

One colnmn- :« luonths, 
•• .. « •• 
^ «• I year, 



cards, <» lines or lew, } y"' . 
,, ,4 »» M 5 months. 



ao 

18 IK) 
16 Oil 
to 00 
13 00 

M nn 

D9 )*0 
TO Ort 
S3 IN> 
30 'W 

$7 00 
4 Ml 
8 00 



A.<«orti<<; 



-nt^notmarve^ionthe^copj^ror.^."^ 

leretl "Ut. 

eaci 

nu'Vnvarlablj charged e«tr» 







.%iictdolo« of l»rliM'o Albert and 
Qiit'fii Vifl<»ria. 



AfAyCFACTUBED BY THE 
Baby Teodfi Munufarluring fompnny. 

9;5» ISROADWAY, S. Y. 



or alteration ..r.lere.1 

'0^],j-' adverliseme 
rate*' 



BlSl^^t;^*'^ 4AUD*. 



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Albanv, 111. 

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A. T JKM^ 
8H'.l«ater, Mln 

A J E ^ K Ss 

Will contract to dTil^-r Lop ."<» !• «>•''•;■ 
atanv^nton tho Mi.M.^.p,.. "-L*^:;;^^" 
St Fuul or Sri1Uv;i«.T an.l M.mphis. T t<nn. 

Will also buv and :>ell Lo;;-. on oommi^Sion 

n48 Stillwater. Min. 



Wm. III. WcCLUER 



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rT«.KNKY VNI> (•orNSKl.l.oK 
4 LAW. Office in Mur.loi-k Bros Block, 
Crfti.tu street, Stillwater, Vliimesoia. 



A 



H JLLIS R. MTJHDOCK, 

TTO ;> HV ANDt'ULNSKl.LoK AT LAW 
<s:'-nt. Stillwater, Minnesota. ' 



I HE B'.BY TENOtR i* the •""=" coniplelc an 
i us-tlul Nur* r\ luvvi>lion ot the age. From., 
v^l.anuin-; Sprirg CradU it is ea*>ily and al 
iiio.-t insiaiit'v converted into cither of tli 
tollowin^ articl' s viz: 

ARECLJXIXG COUCH, f..r chil- 

vlifii t«") \i'UMg li» ^i' al"iitj. 

A SPRI.^G CHAIR. 

A BABV WALKER, attrartiv 

iikI iis< fill. 

All OTTOMAX, f.T the parl..r ai.. 
tliniii^ ro'lin. 

\ Honny HORSE, (r ciiiiJi. 

rnidtT tive Vf irs. 

A BABY JUMPER, f.r se.uritt 
■ XtTcise ainl uiiitH»iiieiit. 

A -fi.l^r HORSE (.T when fU • 
vat.il) ;» 

HICrH CHAIR, \<r the table. 

A NURSEKY CHAIR. 



The m'ltion . f the Biihv T.-nder, w 



tiicl* 



Is 



and 15 uei:ii ^j*'' 
Stillwater April 8«', 



^lOR'^.nA:^ & STICKS Kl 

ATTOR.N'EY.-^ AND COUXSELOU^ AT LAW 

A. B. STICKS EY. 'Vuim Agef^t 

Ofricf in !!*•»•»» ft.'lJMrrN Stork. 

(»v. r .^olileiikV n-.tliinir Store, 

Stillwater. Min. 

to pro-iorutin. 



Will pAv p:iriiiul>- ;ittinti(.ii 

8oldi«'rs' t'lainis in the Depart 

tn.M.t lit W.i-lnu^t jit. 

t. R cnllNVAN A '.' >TL KNEV 

FAIRBANKS' 

6TAND.Aan 

s c A r. K s 

or AM. KIMV". 

Aho. Wiinlioiisf Tnirks, Lft- 
tpr Prrssfs, rte. 

FiIRn*N S, nREI-NFEAF. i CO., 
1 i Uk- Sffftt. CHICAGO 

ifil »■> I'uy only the i:.-nuine.1t» 




VKRTICAL iin<l .N ilsLHss. =9 derived lioin a Spir 
! al Spiiiio in tli • Otloinan : and. unlike that ol 
the coniinon R lekinj; or Swinging Criidle, it 
is in the highe t de«ree healthv, delightliil and 
.*«i>iliin<f. It 1 SL-.KVKSTHi: SloTHtK from the 
lianlesl part ol babv lending. 

PRICI:.!'* FR0.1I «i'i5 to g50. 

OPn OV-> OF TlIK l*Rt>»». 

From n-irjfr\ WV.-X/y.— Brown'.* B.tnv 
TK.NnKR. — Till- .irtici'- ofnuisery liniiitinei* 
iUvrKRRXT ii:o 1. St PKKiou To, and supplier' the 
placi- of ev.rMliiiig heietiifore used for tlial 
purpose. It i^ ten lime* more ii-ifui than i 
rwwing orw.1." ing machine, where tlicre U a 
hwhs. 

From T!ie f 'in«fi -.H .rl(/cuf«/«-. — Biown'-. Va{- 
cut Bal.v Tent .»■ i.< compact, .ilroiig and duia 
ide ; and to tl ose having the care of iutiinls oi 
-ni.ill cliildieii. it is inili.-pet.:'al>le. 

From 7f>e WWUt/ Tril»nif. — [iri>w\\'» Paten: 
Babv Tender j;lven infant* and siiinll ohiliir.n 
the jrrcatcstp issi'le viiriety of plcilsin 



BT MRM. r. D. OAOB. 

Thev wrote me they were coming home — 

Tliose pood brave boys of mine ; 
A coining home from out the war. 

(How blight the sun diK-s shine !) 
I hou>;hl the nioniing train would bring 

Till 111. iliouj;h they did not say 
Ja..*t when ihey would be here ; but then, 

I'm looking every day. 

That robin sings so mcrrilv 1 

l"ll go and pick the beuua — 
Tiie dear boy» used to love thera BO 

When they wcie little weans. 
All me I They've hail Imrd limes since then. 

On picket, march and raiil. 
.\iid many a bloody battle Held, 

Where comrades braro were laid. 

I've often laid awake at night. 

And list, iicd to the storm, 
And thought ol them so wet and cold, 

.\iid 1 so snug and waiiu. 
And when the scorching summer noons 

Have withered Ica^' and vine, 
I'vi- tliought itf them in sultry campd — 

Those darling Ik)>s of mine. 

And not alone of them I've thought ; 

But every s^>ld^er■l^oy 
Who periled lile lor that old flag 

{S>in<: mothers hope and joy) 
Was dearer for the love I bore 

M\ own. (Jod will!* it so ; 
And who shall blame a mother'^ lore t 

(For all I bade them go.) 

Sometimes when news of battles came, 

M> tongue could hnrJly speak. 
T" bless the Lord for viitory. 

I itiou^ht my heart would break 
While reading down tjic long, long list 

0\ Mounded and of sluiu. 
Until 1 tound that mine were saved — 

And that scarce easetl in» pain. 

When neighbor Morris, in the fight 

01 Wiigner, lost her son — 
Her last, her all— I fell ihat I 

t'ould belter have spared (»ne I 
,Viul all day long I seemed to hear 

A voice : *" Voui turn will come." 
Oil ! day of fearful agony I 

And now they're coming Uomc. 

I sometimes did not dare to pray 

Tm (mhI .(// ininr to save. 
.Some mother's son must fall I knew, 

For Freedom and the slave 
And why not mine ? In Texas one, 

And one in Tennessee, 
And o.ie trium)>haiit matching on 

With Sheriiuin to the sea. 

One in a soldier's hospital 

For m;in\ a week whs laid ; 
How could 1 hope, whih- da\ by day 

So many graves were in ;de » 
Oh ! why not mine '. But since thy hand 

II. n spari'd tlicns every one. 
How can I prai.se and love enough 

For them and Freedom won ? 

Th. .^"n coniiii;; homo, they're coming homo, 

.My fmir dear. bin > at last ! 
Moni, u-ion. and eve I'll psai.sc tliy nan»c 

For every mercy past. 
But most ol all, oti I Ood of right, 

I'll givi' in\ thanks to Tliee, 
Tli.it they have striven and helped to win 

Tills giorioiis victory. 



Wliut llonicc Ciret'lcy thinks of 
the M. Croix Vallc) . 



■ 



A London correspondcnl ^elllVca Editorial CorrenpotiJenee of tlu K V. Tribune. 
some anccilotescriditable tothequeeii I On TitE Uim'eb Mississirrr, Oct. 
of En»'laiul A/ld her late prince con- 1 1st, 1865.— The Minnesota State Fair, 
'^ held last week at Minneapolis, was 

not a full exhibit of the produets of thi- 



sort 



in ]k[innesota, the cry is 
Wheat 1 Hudson is a pretty Eastern 
village strung along the Wisconsin 
shore of Lake St. Croix and the shire 
town of St. Croix coiinty, whose sta- 
ple is wheat. Wheat-laden wagons 
surrounded the store-houses at an ear- 
ly hour vesterday morn-ng, awaiting 
The queen and prin.-e consort were 1 stTite ' andri"'u»'^-^'"l', ^^^ "^.t be, in | the turn of each to have its load 
in the habit of taking lung walks, un- ^i.^. „;.,.^^.„t i„faney of her riilroad weighed, emptied and paid for ; and 
attended, and dresst-d only as an or- j .^^|.„^ ^^ ^^^J^ ...^i^,, to strangers they still swarmed there ^Vhell we lett 
dinary 1a.1,v and gentleman. On one j. ; .^ ^^^^ evidence it uftorded of the at nightfall. Every slcAwboat goes 
occasion, at some distance from liome ^.if^^.^^^, .^„j agricultural possibilities' down the river with all the wheat on 
thev were caught in a show.r, »"»« j ^f Uu- adjacent region. Very good ' ' ' " 
took shelter under a tree J^X tWside | ^^^^^^^ J ^x\^ hauler popular varie- 
ties. 



Wheat 1 1 bowels and given a Christian burial. 
The proposition Was immediately act- 
ed upon, and the carcass was laid 
ipcn, when, to the Ulter astonishment 
>f everybody, the boy was found 
-iiugly seated between a couple of the 
iionstpr's ribs, still playing ou hid 
lagebiet. 



of the road. An old postman going , ^. - thoroughly ripe and sweet ; 8u-| 
his daily rounds, was passing by, ami | > toiuatoes, luxuriant egg-plant, 
saw only a lady ami gentleman in .»" I ' ; ^..^^^ watermelons, Ac, are ea.sil) 
une..,nto,-t able position He had with j b ^^.^^ j^^^ ^^^^^^^^ grape-vines re 
h.m an old umbrella that had done » .^^ ^^^^»^.^^^ °overing) from 

duty tor many years, wh.e i, with a I, ^ V^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ol winter. The lar- 



board she will take, and a couple of 
wheat-laden barges made fast to her 
sides. Little villages of three to six 



1 f!>tran;;e Statement — IIo\«- Wil- 
liam L. YUhcey met bis Death. 



store-houses talk of shipping their 



As you enter the cemetery at Mont- 
gomery, and turn to the right, yoii 
will perceive a colonnade of maple 
trees leading oft" to a quiet glen. Be- 
yond is a grassy knoll, and leaving 



Half Million bushels each. The crop this to the left yoa will ajiproach a 
cannot nearly all be threshed out this pleasant level 'of greensward. Here 
Fall — in fact, some of it yet stands in | ^-q,, ^-in be tempted to pau>^e before a 



native but rough politenes he Jirofter- , ..^shes exhibited weighed over 

e.l to the gentleni.m, saying he would ^^ j,,,^^,,,,^^ ^nd were of good quality ; 

and Minnesota is justly proud of po- 
tatoes. Of quality unsurpassed, tlie 
attested yield seems enormous. I am 
assured that a bushel has in some in- 
stances been dug from four hills, and 
that 400 bushels per acre is not an ex- 
aggeration is attested by the ruling 
prioe — '20 cents pei" bushel, when 
corn is 80, and when potatoes are sel- 



call for it on his rounds, if they would i 
tell him where they were stopping. — j 
Prince Albert fraiikly accejited the j 
umbrella, ami mentioned Osborne] 
House. The postman even then did : 
not suspect the rank of his wayside | 
frientls, and passed on about his busi- | 
ness. A day or two afterwards, it 
bein-r in his "way, he stopped at the 



porter s lo.lge ol the Osborne Jlo'i^t-, , ,.^^^ ^^ j^^^ Crosse, (Wis.) for 50 cents 
and quietly asked is his umbrella had i .,"^1,^1,^.1 i believe money could be 
been left there lor hiin It was at J^^.^^j^, ., buying and shipping them by 
once handed to him, xtilh a letter ad- ^^^^ ^^^^ j^^.^;', 

dresse.l to him, in wliii.h was mclosed ^ ^.^^^^^ ^.^^ j;.^!,. ^.j^^^^.j^ j ^ave hasti- 

I ly visited the St. Croix region, divi- 
' dinir Minnesota from Wisconsin— or 

skirts the 



the shock ; nor could it be brought 
awav, if readv, before the river freez- 
es ; but I shall be disappointed if ten 
million bushels do not pass La Crosse 
going southward and eastward of the 
crop of 1865. Yields of 30, 35 and 
40 busheU per acre, are IVeqUetitly 
reported, while I can hear of no fail- 
ure anywhere ; and I firmly believe 
that Minnesota must average at least 
•27 bushels per acre, and then be beat- 
en at least thfee bushels by North- 
western W^isconsin. 

The St. Croix region is quite ade 



a tive pound note, ami a few lines ex 



pressing the thanks oi 



plain 



slab of white marble of the 
jiost humble description. It bears a 
single inscription: " William L. Yan- 
•ey!" His last words were : '' Put 
:ne out of sight." And it is said that 
he was constantly muttering towards 
his latter end, these lines ot l*ope : 
" Let nio live unseen, unknown, 
And uiilamented let me die. 

Nor mound, nor monuuicut, nor ^touv. 
Tell where I- lit." 
Hi.s death was quiet and painless, 
after a year of acute physical and 
mental suffering. He was a strict 



long by one or two 



the St. Croix river with the Missis- 
sijipi. This region should all belong 



the (lueen and 
prince consort for t!ie timely service 
he had rendered them. Not content 
with this, the queen caused inquiries 
to be made, and, tinding that the on- 
ly son of the old postman was a wor- 
thy young man, caused him to be 
placed in a suitable and comfortable 
position in one of the government of- 
fices, and it is pleasant to know that 
he is now supporting his superannua- 
ted parent in ease. 

On another occa«'ion, before a cer- 
tain bvitlge was erected, a stream in 
the neighborhood was crossed only by 
a rough fcrry-Vioat. The queen and 
the prince found it convenient to cross ! , . , 

and the boatman being IJ^'^^/^^.^^^^^^. Mi,.,,i,,ij,,,i .,ml Lake Su- 
perior be thereby fused into one and 



quately timbered, and is becoming I churchman, a man of quiet manners, 
more so as the tires are limited by 1 .1 handsome declaimer and a very fair 
roads, clearings and pasturage. The scholar. He was never wealihy, and 
timber and prairie of all this region 



are of about 
wood being 



equal area; the yoiuig 



It is understoo<l that he letit his family 

witl.o'.U an independence. 

1 ♦• u 00 wLirt- th.^ wooa ueinLr mainlv burr, red and The time has come when the cir- 

rather.so niuchol t as skits^^th^^ oik \liicti a little judicious 1 cumstances of his last illness and 

beautiful I-'keSt.Crovx,th mk^^ dimming would cause to grL twice j death, with the occasion which sud- 

" '"'*-' " '"' " ^'''^^ L fast as it does. Even without this, denly convulsed a frame from iH-rlect 

health into a wreck, and mere shad- 
Unimproved land is held lit 85 to low, may be mentioned as a historical 
$10 per acre, though some may be ! fact. William L. Yancey came to 
bou.rht for 83 in localities remote j his death by violence. It was toward 



the boundary, 
trict has little or no 
Madison or Milwaukee, having some 
300 miles to travel to reach either, 
while St. Paul, the capital of Minne- 
sota, is just at hand. If the transfer 
could be effected, and the two pro- 

b 



the barge to 
soon made his 



,_,., of Kailroad connection between 
this stream, ' " -^ - - - ■ - .--v. 

absent, thev entered 

await his arlival He .soon maue "'^ . ;„Vshed ahead, it' wouM give 

appearance, puffing and blowing, »',,,,,,,.,.„„„' • ^ ■ - 

h!i haste and nmler his .;eiglit of | -j;;^;^^ - 

years. It appears, also hat it was a ; ^,.^^^, x.^lnWy li,-st attracted Eastern ' 'ii'-ge- i see 

very unusual thing ior a lady and gen- , .j^^. ^^ ^bis quarter some twen-{hurt. 

tleman to resort to this means ot tran- ^^ ^.^l^^.^ ^^^^ One company of Maine 1^" August 

sit, the old boatman s passengers gen- : ^; '^-^.'^li^t^" bought 150,000 acres ofi u 

erally consisting .d the h.ard-.isted j,',^. tbnber on the Mississippi an 



*• I 



M. S 

R .^ I 

Ml in 



r^LErt.WT 

Kuruimr 



WILLARD, 
r I R m: d i: a i> e: R .. 

trret. Slillwtte.-. }H>iHf*ota. 
M.dium and Plain Household 

, M:lttl:)-!si>< 



oU-im- Olasses, tc 




fisk's FaUfiit Meiaiu; fu>i >> a^es. 
/.?.iskets and Walnat Coffins. 



of plcilsiiig I'lid 
hea'thy e.t»jrci»c." It i» indispensable to those 
having car« of Infanta or small children. 

From Life II/ii.\lfiU<l.—So Well appointed 
f-imilv or nur:i'ry can iitford to be without 
Biowii's Tateitt B.iby Teiide'-. 

From the /<>«»<• .f<mrnnl, by X. P. Willis. — 
IT HAS L'OM K AT L.\.ST ! a coiilriv.tne by 
which the be- 1 of miminas is outdone — tie 
iiMWi unli'inu ot nurses thrown i|uile iuiothc 
-hnde. 

From the Phrenological .t-nrnal — Xailsoa 
and vomiting are commonlv supposed to be 
inseperable lioni th'- infantile state; all this 
U ohvinied li the use of Brown's Patent Biby 
Tender. 

Frtnn I.es},''» }foriitiiM >\f Fiifhinn -^The 
lui"'' wondei out on Bioadwin. and one that 

is beconi.-'S '•'"« "f «''«■ «"*"• l^^'" , "'■'!"■"'' 
Patent Uab> .''eiider, an " oinnitunctlonal in- 
stitution," a« .V. i\ Willis phrases it. 

niiii GuiiriUnn — Dr. 



A Railroad Car at %i(;hl. 

B. F. Taylor has been taking a rail- 
road ride, and having failed, perhaps, 
to enjoy the ride, enjoys himself in 
describing what he saw 



and rough featured laborer? ill the vi- 
cinity. "All unconscious of the char- 
acter of his present customers, but 
an.viously polite in liis way, his tirst 
saUitalio'ii was: "I beg your parding, 
ftiarm, but if I kiiowed yer were 
coining, Pd had a cushin for yer," 
and he forlliwith strippeil oft" his coal 
.itiil sjiread it on one of the seats. — 
Her majesty sat down upon the im- 
The follow- i piovised cushion, and, with the 



inc' .'limpse at his companions when prince, cliHttid familiarly with the old 
" '" boatman till they reached the other 



side, when, instead of the usual fare 
of two pence, she handed him a sov- 



nii^ht said "sleep," willbe.ippreciated 
by all who have " been there": 

I came near forgetting that your old 
friends were all on the train, the wom- 
an who iilumjis down into your seat 
and regards you with th.inkless and 

supercilious eyebrows, as if you were ^ 

somebody that had blumlered into j^yy^'gi^co^ around his neck 
breatlulo'm without leave ; and the man 



it is, on the whole, increasing. 

to* Minnesota, and there is an agita 
tion besrun for the transfer, making 

the Chippewa ^^^^if^^J^I^J^^^^:: ;Sav^^ation.'"Ti;e" energetic tar- ! the ckise of the second session of' the 

i uVc^^^^^^^^^^^ mer who can bring in or buy a good } first Confederate Congress that he 

muicouisc ^Min ^^ ^^^^^^^ with goo<l implements of broke from the counsels »nd influence 

husbandry and the means of subsist- of Mr. Davis, and became, with Mr. 
iiur his fa'mily till next winter, ought I Henry S. Foote, a leader ot the op- 
to^o-row wheat enough meantime, on position. Mr. Beti. Hill, a Senator 
fort°y acres of paairie, to pay for a j from Georgia, had likewise changed 
small farm. And that farm he may | his front, and was rcm:;rl;able for the 
buy on credit, but at a higher price ' personal interest and persistency with 
than would command it in cash. j which he su.stained the measures of 

It is October, and no frost yet in , an administration to which his allegi- 

,V :; bettor develoument to' ^H this region. I hear of corn plant- 1 ance had been given but late in the 
d a better dcNUopmcni to , » .^ ^^^ ^^^^^ , ^^ . ^j^ ^ j^,^^.^.j.^ ,^ ,^.^n b^ remeiu- 

1 a most important region. IbUe I'see none that a frost can I beJ-ed, had returned from an unsue- 

Pine lumber hrst attracted Eastern, hi'ge. ^^^^'^^^^ ^^ g,.^^,„ as i cessfu'l mission to Europe, and was 

Of course, this is an un- j reprcscnliug Alabama in the Coufed- 
ual season ; but corn is as safe erate Senate; 
4 UHthouixh nut so large a crop here as in The question of a navy was^ under 
Illinois or luNVa. Wheat, 1 judge, discussion in secret session The de- 
will alw a vs be safer and better, ibate ranged beyond parliamentary 
In taking leave of the Upper Mis- 1 limits, and Messrs. \ aiicey and Hill be- 
sissii.pi, with grateful appreciation of, came animated over the abstnu.-t doc- 
the Generous kindness of her people, | trine of State rights and the divinity 
with'enlarired conceptions of her re- of slavery. High words passed, and 
sources and advantages, and with san- ; finally the he was given by Mr. HilL 
fruine anticipations of her rapid Mr. \ ancey leaped forward, and as he 
Growth in population and wealth, I ; iiinled a blow at his adversary, was 
note the .'cneral robust health of her caught in the arms of the latter and 
inhabitan'ts as her best recommenda- ; thrown violeiitlybackover adesk. 3ir. 
tion I have heal'd no person cou^h. Hill is a man of wonderful muscular 
.njr the many thousands 1 have development. Mr. Yancey was never 
met since I p'assed up the rivei' a ' tery htavy, though lithe and active. 

in the boom above to the rati in the [wee 



tributaries above the Fall, erecting al 
Minneapolis what are now probably, 
the most effective saw-mills in the 
world. A log 13 drawn in from the 
boom above," split into boards and 
slabs in a minute by a gang of saws, 
the rough edges trimmed off by a cir- 
cular saw in half a minute more, the 
slabs and scantling cut up into fire- 
wood in another half minute, and the 
boards meantime slid down a "Hume" 
to the still water below the Fall, where 

into among 



they are made up as they arrive 

I cril^ for raftiiij, ^ - tl.at from the ^^^-; ^J^l— ^rheard an In {he fall his spine was senously in- 
erei.Mi. The Queen often talks of this ; - thV>oom ^^^^^^'j f .^^^^^jf ^i^^^^^ j ague J.u hinted at. If any one seeks jured, and when the bystanders rtish- 
water voyage^ and the old boatman, | ;?:i?f f;;.,;.^;;S. I beUeve that 1 1 a country wherein he may rensottably ed upon the two and dragged the^one 
after learning who liis passengers 
were, had a hole bored through the 
coin, and has worn it day and night 



O B i H WE 



T R R If 



MM PORTER BREWllY 

Pure Malt Viiiegrar. 



who tlons his best irarments to travel 

in, mounts the train as clerical as , Jay Wliipple contributes to the La 
Biown'sl^t. It Babv Teiidei '* ihe prodiict of J ' j^ .^1^ ^ j^j..jj^^l^.|,,jj, p.^„ niake him, Qronmi Et publican the outlines of a 
» yeani-inploved in the c«MiJ'd''>'*tion ot 



From the A>L-^-ntt 




>erienced 
every 



and leaves it with the looks of a dusty gtory which might furnish the basis 



sounds and 



for a three volume novel. Briefly the 



til 



lese 



miller, 

And the night scenes, 
sc».'nts are as curious as ever. Whiffs tacts are 

of boots and smothering gusts of musk, A few years .ago a young man in 
tobacco, and feet that New York married a young girl. He 



patchouly, 



We are now manufacturing Pl'RE MALT 
TIN'E(i.iR, which we sell at Eastern prices. 
Jess freight. This vinegar is recommended 

.or picklini;. 

DREWRY & OREIG. 
St. PanI, Minn. Aug. 24. l»i>4.— 31-:Jn». 



UNITED S'.ATES HOTEL, 



thi«iiM>*t iia; ortaiil subject by an ex^'' 

practical ph\ ■liciau, and should be In 

liousp where there is a baby. 
! Tnr B»»T rTKi»J;a.— The best of all inv«n- I 

tioiis lor le*-enMi|^ the lalM»r and anxiety of 
' iiioihers. and promoting the health and happi- 

i ne.ss u< iMT oTspring. We do not speak from |;";;TV ,"";'. '. l,^> fit to " walk ou Zion's went to war. 
I hearsay w^*.^. we a^.M- that «f all lab«.i-savmg, ^?"V' "'^ ''/;'...,,. .,,,,, .. ..--ish in wrote to him 

h-althpresc-iving. sK*,>-per.su.iiwg. quiet-res- hill" Without a w adc .iml a vuisn m w rott to mm 

toriogciontri'ances for the use of mothers and tbe Jordan, are bl _ . 

; children, Bn *»'*. Baby Tender stands aurival ! jjj^bt nears Oil, the fellow wlio .always heard he Was 

i ed. For mo e than two >«are we baf e wit- fi ^ ^^^ fuiiiiV, flickers out like a muchlv. Last fall 

I nessed in ou own familv its practical aflra*^ ' " „„ .b,. • the teii-liin of a man wlio Crosse countv to live. 

to it. The tah> Tender 0w,ht to be in everv ,,^ .., .. MV„.tlarni, tor even " Ho- Met a vouiig man who meditated mat 

liou»e aiere tbexe is a baby. — N 



cannot burn the slabs as they are pro 
duced, though the mills deliver them 
cut to lire-place length at every door 
for titty cents per load. At Stillwater, 
on the' St. Croix, I noticed two great 
tires constantly burning to destroy 



A Fish Story 

I^Maliow. 



__ ... I one in ivicniiiond cAcept 
Rather Hard to i""^J!'„._.,,, of the circumstanced for six 



men kne^ 
months after. 



Meanwhile the victim 



A^ one of the Pan.ama steamers was ' did not recover He drooped from 

le^i^ng the harbor of Havana, a beau- ! day to day. He became listless, hope- 

ti fl\wdow lady named Howard, was ^ less and vacant. He was tr.ansferred 

the refuse of the imnU' t^t "no one \ stamling by the gunwale on whu^ ^i:,;;^ ;:::; J? ?^w ^s' befSJ^ts 

--^^^ - ^a^:;^iiii^whirir:S^:a;^!;;;i:g^^^^ ^;^r'=:;^^--^^-- .-l^^^ 



UPI'"SITF. TOE 



^i^-^tUlg wI^l<^"!j?'-'^«^ ^^t-am saw-mills, whicn ourn om vj^ suuug ^^ -^^"^ZN<uhme Repuhhco^. Banner, Sep 

As the ly. By and by lettef stopped. . She I -^^^.^-^/'-^.r "oru!^" ^e JS!:^^^ 't: him ^f ^^ ingenious temper 24. 

dead. She grieved ; ha^ c^ '^^^^^^ ,«„ ,ight and Spanish confectioner. The child was ! 

day, save that for three or four months 
in the winter they are still, while the 



she came to La 
Attendeed the 



K. Y. i New Hdffi t fft»trrn R. R. Dppul 



KEACH STRKET, BOSTON, MASS. 



\eu slewi'lry Store 



e in every ^-ourtly as a Mandarin, tor even ' ilo- Mt. . 

Y. ludeyend- ^^j^,. ^^^ ,5,^^^., th? girl With the rimony. He sweetened on her. She 

littJe cri.r.rle, that had been rippling wilted on him. They were ' jmed m 

like 



running 



water. 



we.ik. washy," the holy wands of bedlock. 

" - " ^^ Clark 



He took 



By F. M. PRATT, 

roKHIBLT Of THE IJIKBir.*-* ■OOSK 



FIRST mm\i mi 

■CAPITAL. ■ • »50,000.00. 

CHARLES SCHEFFER President 

L IIOSPES, • - Vice-President 
0. K. ELLIS • - - Cashier. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS : 

Louis Hospes. J. E. Thompson, Charles Sehef 
for, Horace Thompson, O. R. Ellia 



[lIiapi>»Ofj^ 




. and everlasTin^, intermits, gro«wS in- her home to Neilsvdle, Cl.yk coun j 
, teresting antl fUlls asleep ; men m::ke Scene Second.-l' list hu.band did- 
I letter Zs of themselves, shut up like 'nt die. H^if "'"l!.^ ^! V?^!!!!" 
pocket knives, roll up like porcupines, wife ^ 

div "" "" ' -" ' 

men 
h 

on 
1 

am. ^ • 

wheels hammers out the long dull tirst wooeil and w|on her. 
strip of darkness. Then comes the and wins her again in f 
menagerie of respiration that men have Husband No. 2 pays the costs and re- 
agreed to call snoring; you have turns the property. Such is life. 

barks, snuffs, snorts and growls— one 

creaks like a rusty hinge, another j — William CuUen Bryant will be 



run out. 



He 
five minutes 



greatly delighted with the toy, .and I The iror/J says of President John- 
blew vigorously, w hile Mrs. Howard son : 
five "hundred men they employ are ab- seemed to enjoy the fljlgeolet. The ^ xi. ^^^^^^^^^ ^ ^^Tt 

^ nt in th.. nineries cuttintT and draw- ' transcendent beauty ol the motnt r, .p,^^ ^^^,,4 j,,^„ „ mrrf pr'»>ding ofUtr and a ro- 
in idcrs I''"'-"'" ^ and the angelic loveliness of the chUd, micai cypher, ma uot tma their ciano ackuowie<i,- 

'"lumbering Is a game, and of course | riveted every eye that ob.served them, ,' '^j^.^ .^ ^ delicate w.ay of saying 
a poor business. The years 1863 and j and various speculations were aavan- ^^^^ ^^^^ Copperheads who, by assassi- 
'64 were intensely dry, and the streams ceil as to their history. ... nating Lincoln, made Mr. Johnson 

80 low that man'y logs could not bej After some lime a sailor sho tt^d ^ p^^^f^ .^, ,^^^, .^ higher cl.aim on his 
This season has been wet,: " A shark ! a shark ! an^ everj body ^ ^^^^.^^^^^^^^^ ^^^ liepublicans who 

On the crowded to see the huge monster that ^^^^^^^ j^.^ y.^^^ President. 

was swimming alongside the vessel.— 1 _ 

, UD TO THE Boys. — Boys, 

ight comes on, gohomc. There 

r more detrimental to your 

an to be running around the 

i thousands by its possibilities ot sua- enous monsie. uaitu^ «pw.. ..- ';'^-'' street under cover of darkness, for 

^'"°^'ler wealth-possibilities which are; Little Tommy Uo>.-ard had tailen from t»J^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ,1,, ^han 

seldom transmuted into realities. Thejthe gnnwa e and the widowed mother . ^'^^^ y . . ^ , • . v„r... 

poor lumberman fails to get his logs was now^childle*^ r 
out promptly, and is made bankiupt 



G. BRAUN, 

DEALER IN 

Cigars, Pipes and Tobacco. 

Xain street, Stillwater, Min. 
BROOKS, 



The ande -nigned beg» leare to inform the 
people of S illwaier and vicinity that he has 
removed hi Jewelry Store from Hudson to the 
c'ly o( Still vater, where he intends to locate 



ried below in a state of insensibil- 



pants like an engine, or whines hke a seventv-one years old on the 3d day of j . . so dutted with" 
spaniel, or is forever blowing out can- 1 November next, but bears his age j , ^^f;, ^j^^^ ^e ca 

dies. By-and-by the car windows ^.^^^jj and is stronger and more active ,■,•,•,: (jujy a grea 



turn rebel' gray, for day is beginning ^jj^j^ ^^.j^y men are with half h'y 



to dawn. Di<l You ever see a woman 
hatched out f Now is the golden op- 
Leda — if that is the lady's 



c. 



A. 



Physician and Surseon. 



OFFICE IN FOLSOMS BLOCK. 

T.Tvlor^ Falls. 



Minn 



permanenti '. portunitv. 

He is prepared to clean and repair Clocks { '-^ j,iof_„-hosedouble-yolked 

and Watch s, repair Jewelrv, kc, in better n.UiU wert.iuui « iiu ^ ' f . . 

vid more durable manner than the same can eggs gave US Ca.stor and fOllUX-U 1 
be done tlii* side of the St. Croix, or the East, bavell t forgotten all about It — was 
Give me a call. hariUy more wonderful. Yonderbun- 

Shop on Main street, next door the Scheffer j]^^, ot' skirts, shawls and cloaks, as 
& Thompsi n's Bank. ! shapeless as a grist, begins to stir; 

first peeps t>ut a ])air of feet, and a 
pair of hands, and then a fair but tan- 



years, lie uses no spectacles to aid 
his vision. 



ourprompUyrand "Is mad°e' 'banki-ujt Mrs. Howard, who had fainted, was 

by the delay ; or he gets them out, carried , ^t . . 

D) lut uei<tj , ^ 6 ^.^ »i.,..:.„ r^he shark still swam by the ves- 

Some of the men deter- 
annot meet his! mined, if possible, to avenge little 

• ■ hook 

piece 01 iresn ueei, lucj cast 

overboard. Almost immediately 



saws and runs them, only to find the; ity 

boards that i sel's side. 



liabilities. Only a great capital and 
shrewd far-seeing management can 
ride safely the wild billows which 



Tommy's death ; and baiting a 
with a piece of fresh beef, they 



it 



8weep"across the lumberman's course ; j the shark swallowed it, and fifty etal- 



and this region will breathe 



The story that Gen. Fremont is go- ^^^^ j^^ j^^t pine tree is cut, run, 
ing into the iron business seems to be j g^wed, rafted and sold 



AH Work Warranted! 

Also an issoitnient of Clicks, Watches and [j'blji bead ; at last emerffes a female 
.welry c.n..Untlv on hand, which are war- fc_^^^^ ^^,^ j^ hatched before 



ranted to I e such as represented. 

B. ILLlNt; WORTH. 
Stillwat. r, Oct. 4, IStJ4.— nttf. 



_...ipe, 

your eyes, and the world is better for 

a w akin 2 woman 



confirmed. He is to be chief officer 
of a larjye company, which has pur- 
chased Chatineau' Prison & Valle's 
iron works in St. Louis for the sum of 
%250,000. 



freer wart arms pulled lu.stily at the rope. 
He was an immense monster, and 
struggled violently. As soon as the 
nose Was pulled out of the water, a 
number of Californians began to^prac- 
tice pistol shooting at his eye. Their 



an education in rowdyism, and before 
you know it, you will become reckless 
and vicious. If you want to be a 
good man, see to it that nightfall finds 
I you at home. 

; Two sailors were sitting on the gtin 

wale of their ship drinking grog. 

I " This is meat and drink," said Jack, 

' and tumbled overboard as he was 

drinking. . , 

I " And now you've got washing and 
lodging," coolly remarked Tom; 



For Wheat is a better staple, and 
one that gives a more steady and gain- 

*"^ r;^^'^''i^reini^;se^ withlS^ P^f^-^-P^-^:^M<i]i no mc^re "^e^ preach^o jrou 



A negro preacher once observed to 
his hearers at the close of a sermon as 
follows : — My obstinacious bredren, I 



boy found on a man's door step is 
necessarily his step-son 



?^iw;;:a^^o;;ngca;;/ci;i;; whi;:h|he"was ha\iled Ufeless and ^^P-; i^an it is for a grasshopper to wear 
the »neaig g ,i,.g to be devel-! board. When his huge bulk was knee-buckles. 

at Prescott, and stretched along deck, it was proposed 



are here just Viegmning to be 
—It has been decided lately that a oped. At Hudson, 



well as at Hastings and all 



— Great Britain now produces annu- 
ally ninety-three million tons of ooal: 



r 



rPEFECTIVE PAGE 

I ^ _— — — i — T 



S'lllLWATER MESSLMiEK, 



iov. l>oiiiiell> ill Millivnier. 



- I Tho fro\v«l tliat gi eetinl our imiu- 
A. J. VAU VORHES, EDITOR AND puBLisHEB ; ^^^ ^^j. Congress last Saturcliiv evi'u- 



A Leaf from llie Record of Hen- 
ry M. Klee. 



Tttefuiay, 



Wc have already called attention 
i vuiimviso i^kk--*^ i^****»-«.-j ^- — , ••IV Tiff 

„,,„»«. «.. . W». ."." wu,. not as large ,» it .hould have ... '^"jy'^«''y_"^'^:!'^±^L »!: 



UNION STATE TICKET. 

for Gofemitr, 

Gen. WILLIAM K. MARSHALL. 

Fur Lieutenant Governor. 

THOMAS AKMSTKONG. 

J>or Secrelari/ of' State. 

Luut. Col. IlE-NRY C. ROGERS. 

For State Treasurer. 

CHARLES SCHEFFER. 

For AiLrney' General, 

Col. WILLIAM COLVILLE. 



AoEs OF Livi.No PiBLir Mkx. 

Napuleon III, is 50 years of age ; 
Alexander, Emperor of Russia, 47 : 
Emanuel, 45; Lord Palmerston, 81: 
- - .. i" Lord John Russell, 73 ; Earl Derby, 

belm ; vet the court I ouse wa« nearly Rice for the canse o^/-'^-^^"^" ^^j ,, . ,^^^ ^^^d High Chancellor of 
fillod. Mr. Donnelly made one of his. fore any overt act ot ^"-r^^ J'^; ! ' land 65; Mr Gladstone, 56; 
happiest eflbrts, and .e regret that a I been commuted, and .e wish to ke p England 6. ^^, 

thousand other Republicans and Dem- ' it before the people -nj^^"-) ^ J^ ^ i ^~ , ^^ Ex-Se'creta'ry Cameron, 
ocrats were not present to hear his rmg the ^^^i:;^^Xr^^^^^^ Chief Justice Chase, 56 ; Chas. 
sound logic. Ha^Ohey been there, compronuse measures, Mr. Kice us a Wade, 65 ; Sena- 

U>ey might have learned many things the following language, -^^f^^^' ^"'""^'^' , Ccn. VV a , 



H. KNOX TAYLOR, 



AT- 



1IT0RTGAGE SALE. -DEFAULT HAS 



niMtriet Tieket. 

For Hepreientiitives, 

ROBERT WAl-SON, 

J. B. H. MITCHELL, 

SMITH ELLISON. 



they never dreamed of in their phi- found in the Co«^r«.ioua/ Globe tor 
losJphv. We can only condense 180O-'61: 

from his St. Paul speech, reported in Mr President, T regret the shape 
the IWss, a synopsi of his masterly th.s d.seussion has assun.ed. I do not 
efiort. He said although the South 



County Ticket. 

For Sheriff. 

(JEORGE M. SEYMOLR. 

For Begiiter of iWds, 

J. H. SAWYER 

For County Attorney, 

Wni. M. McCLl'ER. 

County Treasurer, 

CoL ED. A. FOLSOM. 

For Coroner, 

ARIEL ELDRIDGE. 

(7*^* of Court, 

HARVEY WILSON. 

Court Commis)iioner, 

L. R. CORN MAN. 

For County Commissioners, 

IstDist.-ORANGE WALKER. _.„, 

4th Dist.— ARTHUR STEPHENS ^ 



I do not 
like to hear Senators on either side 
talking about force. It is unbecom- 
had been conquered and the arms j,,^ ^j^^s Senators and as brothers. — 
with which they had slaughtered our 1 1 wish to say to the Senator (Mr. 
so,.a„dbrother, h^d been wrested , Wis^.m,.;aa - , J,, .enate of ^,he 

from th 

prompted them to he hellish deed t p^,njjidered that the greate 

still existed and ne -ds watching.— ; that could befall this country was se- 

He cited as an incid..nt the fact that cession ; f>^^^^ ^ ^^^'ZJ^Ji '!Z.!^!: 



tor Wilson, 53; Gen. Banks, 49 ; Ex- 
Seeretary Fessenden, 59 ; James Bu- 
chanan, 74 ; Speaker Colfax, 42 ; 
Winter Davis, 48 ; Vallandigham,44 ; 
Senator Morgan, 54 ; Fernando 
>Vood, 53; Jett'. Davis, 57 ; Slidell, 
72 ; Mason, 67 ; Breckinridge, 43 ; 
Henry A. Wise, 59 ; To'Ombs, 55; Orr, 
43; Alexander H. Stephens, 53; and 
Mr. Foster, presiding officer of the 
Tnitcd States Senate, 59. 




Ill 



— 18 SELLING — 



Some Kinds of Goods 



-AT — 



... I rnited States, that but a tew weeks 
leir grasp, yet the spnit which | ^ ^^^^^^ ^^ f^^^^ j ^m advised, 

ed them to he hellish deed i p^n^idered that the greatest calamity 

isted and ne -ds watching.— ; that could befall this country was se- 
ne cited asanincid.mt the fact that cession ; but I believe they now con- 
**^^ ', ,11.11. Ki.hr a cii'il war a greater calamity 

Napoleon, although l^^^ad been ex- , W.r « ^c^^J^^^ We%vUl do all that 

iled from his countrx atter his tailure \ ^^^ jjonorably can to keep the South- 
at Waterloo, yet thr spirit of love ofi p^,, States w'ith \x^;but if they are ik- 
the French people fo- their great lead- ^t ,-»* /net/ ^o leave us, they mmt go in 

e. .,« b>.,.e,. bH,,,t,,s and i„ ^'''■{p^^^^^^x!, z^::^ ^^::^ 

tyvearsafterhis btaushmentamem- = ^^ . j^^^j. ^y^^j^T^rthwest, be- ° ..,,,•• i 

ber of his tamily w is elected to the | j^^ 5,j^. jj/p ijrst pioneers iu f-:v of I «;"•'"':■' ^oration to civil and political 



Hon. James L. Orr, of South Car- 
olina, formerly Speaker of the Feder- 
al House of Represent.'itives, said in 
the South Carolina Reconstruction 
Couventeon : 

'' The North ha* conquered \\Z, »ua 
has a pei-^Cet ri;:l,t to tix the terms of 



NEW YOBK FEE^ ! 



— AT — 



LO-W" PBICES ! 



rights. 

The special to the Herald says : 
'• Adjutant General Lorenzo Thom- 
as reports that the State of Mississip- 



GEIEML 




Presidency of Frai ce. Just so the ; those western States^ ^ ^ish t'^ gj^y^ 
devotion of these rebels of the South also, that Ho no', oelicve either of 
for their leaders stU exists, and if we' "^ism will .ote a ilollar or a rnanfor 

. . . „ ,1 • .^ c •»: <' .rrrimi Hence, whv this talk about ..., .^^.^...^ — 

admit them to aU the rights of cm- -J^^^^'^^'J-^^^J*^^^;.^^^^^^ or | pi alone is credited with having fur- 

ZCn-hip without quahticalions, the ! ^1,^^^ j,.j.oi.jting this country i" W\' jnished upwards of seventy-nine thou- 
,c.y meu who have been the most ac-: are a family of brothers! and if we sand negroes^and one tliousand ^hues 
tive in attempting t. secure the over- ; cannot live together in peace, in the „.,.i *u.^ 

,. . /f ^ -11 1 I name of God. let its wireeas orotfi- 

throw of the Gov. rnment, will bei"«"*^/V trwc*, «« j 

, , • \ era to separate m jjeatt. i nope 

placed in power, and endanger again ^j^^^^ ^.^^^j^^ nothing more said here 

the stalulity of the 1 Republic. As an ^bout war ; I do not like to hear it." 



The Union Candidate for Governor, iustauce he referrei to the infamous; 

At the Court House : speech recently deli .ered by one John i The Springfield, Mass., Ri publican, 

MOND VY EVENING, NOV. 6th! | S. Pendleton, a so- sailed Union can- Lays the season of drought m New 

_' ' \ ' didate for Congress iu Virginia, who I Eni^land, just ended, has been a re- 

The Rc!«iKH-llvc' Cundidutes. ! publicly rejoiced ov.r the death of our ■ markable one, and has damaged many 
I Union Generals, and who, although ai manufacturing and agricultural inter- 
It has been near three years since ! bitter secessionist, is trying to foist jests to an immense extent. Mills, 



to comruand them. They are repre 
sented to have been raised during the 
years 1863 and 1864, for service du- 
ring the war." 

Since we have a right to fix the 
terms of the restoration of the South- 
ern peojde to their political rights, is 
it cruel to say that they shall all be 
restored to their political rights at 
once, both those mIio lost them by 



slavery without any fault of their j State Re veuue... . .. 

•' , , , 1 u • Slate SiiiWiiig Juiid 

own and those who lost them by their ^ United States W.vr. 



own treason ? 



Especially, is it hard I t'er. bchool l-uud 
„ , 1 e ^f \ Current do 

that tbat class of the people ot Mis- 
sissippi which has 79,000 men to de- 
fend the Union should have the same 
riirlits as the class which has t'urnished 



and nearly a hundred thousand for 
the rebellion. 



11 nas nct'ii iH-ui iiiivv- i<ji»i^ .....v/v, . utv«.^> o,.,.»,o..-.v,...K,», .^ ..^...jj — — - tvji,.- i" I — 

vc have taken anv stock in political i himself into Congn ss under the garb' which with plenty of water, would 
matters or partisan candidates— not j of Unionism. Mr. DonneUy said that ' have given their owners thousands of 
because we have not felt an interest | the difference betw. en the Democrat- j dollars profit every week, have been 
in e.acli, but Wcause other duties have ' ic and Union parties on the question i compelled to lie idle, or nearly so, 
pu-evented such paiticip.ition, and ren- ' of the reconstruction of the States j and tanners who expected a rich re- ^ 

dered it improi)wr for us to do so. was, that the fonmr favored the ad- turn from their crops have in many ||,„^ ^^y thousand to fight for the 

The election transpires next Tues-| mission of the seceded States upon | cases been disappointed. The period (;„ion nearly all from other St.ates, 
dav and we do not deem it improper : the condition in which they were pre- properly covere.l by the drought was 
now to sav a word. With reference vious to the rebellion, giving the right the eighty-one days trom July 2oth 
tn tl... ne'r^onnl ibu-^e of Mr Ri. E, i of universal suffrag .' to the white reb-i to October 15th, no water falling du- 

^IZ^^^UlZ'^ovn^^^\^oion^ ag.i.».t u., but refu- Hng that period e.xcept in the slight- We are told from France that all 

r T. Lve n« V n hv H \L sing that ri.Tht to I e colored popula- ' est drizzles. None at all fell after the 1 the remarkable features of the season 

^:::^ZZ:'^;^..l^^ in Uio,; who had been our only friends; .5th of July, the whole month of of IH 11 have been -l-^ed in 1 G. 

a-rrc^es .n.l b as been valuable ! in the South, whUe the latter was in August brought only one and sixty- in the Wench vmey.ards. 1 he grapes 

7^" ;.; V For the.e .ervi- favor of progress .nd Advancement, ' seven one hundredths inches, Septem- have been so plentiiu , =m.l the juice 

trriivehnrtull credit -^n^^ inequality of such I ber only one and sixty-five one hun- so spontaneous that large quantities 

il heluTu wl^n w "d I lip, i a state of afiairs, which must necessa- dredths, and the first h.lf of October ! of w.ne have been wasted m conse- , 

1 f r thi V .^ e ni a he cre.b rilv lead to disastrous results. ! twenty-seven one hundredths. The <,uence ol the want of casks in which ; T. T. Man... 

T; ; • hU lie T he h been! He produced stau.stics to show thatj aggregate amount lor the eighty-one to store it, and of the people to gath- 

i In liik-. a o ine f"^ P-I'le of the Southern States dtvs ^as only two and fifty-nine one er the grapes and make the w.ne. In 

7 t "id f uU^ainTr Do ' las V> were not in a conditioB to warrant the hundredths inches. P-ts of 1 urgundy it is said that nc.v 

rtr t ■ I itbels and th^n fo ' exercise of the ele< tive franchise, ow- 1 The next Legislature of our State ! wne is selling at rom our cents to 

nn oTn Ts n, t^ I dl M^^e tians. in., to the state of guora.ce in w'hich will be called upon to make provision nine c.nts per gallon to those who 

H rabili tvT l^e no nan can thev have been ke, t by the institution for the proper care and treatment of ! iurn.sh their own barrels. Prices Ijke 

t<ttn H e^^so^ we!ot kavcry. H. clLned that the right, the insane of the State. Governor these are so very ow that it will fol- 

nr^bov thea rLof^^ be based upon an Miller has received notice from thejlowthat there will be an immense 

^^i^sandun 7l^i^oodl<>olung, U.clli.e.Uquali^ withoii retVr-! proper authorities of Iowa that no productum ol bran.ly, and the ^-t 

Z^l^^t^u.^^^^r ' ence to color. He spoke of the vari-i more patients from Minnesota can be <,uality ot this liquor, want.ng only M.luary H...d. 

C^^^N ... hcDemcratlc can.; ous ol^ections ur.cdby the Demo-: received m the Asylum of that State, ! ag.^ can be sold in France lUconsid- 
diltlfor LKUtenaut Governor, is a|crats against the ight of negro suf- the capacity of that Institution per |erably less than a dollar a^allon. 
gentleman of cultiv.at.on, a true sol- 1 frage, and satista Jtorily showed up j mitting no further increase ol inmates The Peoria TraiuHcript says that 
dier and a lawyer of steding legal their tallacy. In t^e concluding por-' from abroad. Steps will, theretore, the Copperiiead administration of 
abilitr We reo-ret to sec so gootf a' tion of his' addres ., he handled the ; have to be taken at an early day, by that city have in their emi)loymeut on 
man in so poor "ompany. ! Cops, without gloN es, and they fairly our Legislature. 

Of the other candidates on the same ; groaned under the weight of his logic ^^^.^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ Ferdiiuand Kirch- 

ner brutallv murdeied Ileniy Hen- 
ning, a soldier, in Buffalo, to secure a 
one hundred dollar bill in his posses 
sion 



^._ been made in the payme.il aud condi 
tions of a Cfi tai.i mortgage, exeeuted and de- 
livered bv Cha.lc8 A. Morgan of Ramsoj- coun- 
ty Minnesota, to Tracy O. Rich of Delaware 
county State of New Yoik, dated the eleventh 
: dav of December. A. D. 1857, and recorded 
1. j December sixtee.ith A. D. 1857, at 2 o'clock 
i-Jl p. M. in hook D of the recorda of mortgages on 
pages 1 & 2, in the office of the Register of 
Deeds of the county t»f Washington, State of 
Minnesota, in and by which mortgage said 
Oharies A Morgan baigained, sold and mort 
gaged unto said T.acy U. Rich, his heirs and 
assigns, the following premises lying and being 
in said county of Washington and State of 
Minnesota, and described in said .nortgage as 
follows, to wit : — Lots one (1) and two (2) in 
section ten (10) ; the north half of the north 
east quarter of section te.i (10) ; lots one (1) 
and two ("Z) in section fifteen (15) ; lot two {'i.) 
in section fburteen (U) all in township thirty- 
two (8^) n. rth of range twcr.ty-one (21) west. 
■ and containing in all, according to Government 
survey, two hu.idred and eighty-five 70-100 
-AND— 1 "cres, together with all the heriditainenis aud 

appurtenances thereto belonging or in any- 
wise appertaining, — to secure the paynic.t of 
■ •■^■MA Mr -^-.^-^-^ I the sum of six hundred (1600) dollars and in- 
All KINDS DF hnnijSl ^''''^^^' '*<^^"'''^'"^*° ^'^^ terms of a certain 
MfcW I^ll^lfW **■ *■*'*'■'''; promissory note of even date with said mort- 

' ga«'e, executed by said Cbnrles A. Morgan to 
said Tracy G. Rich, due on or before six I 
months after date, and which mortra.^e con- 
tains power of aalo A\\\\ recorded with said 
mortgage. 

And, whereas, said mortgage and note were 
on the twenty-seventh day of January A. D. 
1862, sold, assigned and tranoforred by said 
Tracv G. Rich, by E. S. EJgcrtou his attor 
ney in fact, to Robert G CofHi. of Duchess 
county, New York, which assign.nent is in 
writing, and was duly recorded in the office of 
the Reg.ster of Deeds of said Washington 
county on the fouith day of October A. D. 
1865, at oue o'clock P. M. lu book G of mort- 
gages on pages 503 & 604. 

And wheieas, there is now due and unpaid 
tipo.i said note and mortgage the sum ol 
$1017 16, and no proceedings at law or other- 
wise have been instituted or had to recover 
the amount secnrwd to be paid by said mort- 
gage, or anv part thereof. 

Now therefore, I'otice is hereby given that, 
under and by virtcTe of the power of sale con 
tuned in said mortgage, and pursuant to the 
' statute in such case made and piovided, the 
said ii>ortgage will be foreclosed, and said 
above desc.ibed mortgaged premises and prop- 
ertv, with the tenements, hereditaments and 
appurtenances, will be sold at public auction, 
by the Sheriff of said county of Washington, 
for cash, to the highest bidder, at the front 
-'■ - " • - — • ' iaid 

_ the 
, thirteenth day of Uecen.ber A. D. 1865, at 12 
[ o'clock noon of that day, to pay and sati-fy 
f**?? o? '•'*-* aniount then due ou said mortgage and ex- 
penses of sale. 

ROBERT G. COFFIN, Assignee. 
Van Ettfn a OrrjCEB, Attys for Assignee, St. 
Paul, Minn. 




H. M. CRiDAlL, 



DEALER IN 



mil m iwm, 

nye Stufn» 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTIO.V, 

IF 





IF YOU W A I« T 



BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS, 



1 

A LARGE 

And Complete 8toek 

LIJySEED OML9 

VARiNlSHES, BENZOLE, BRUSHES 

White Lead, 

WINDOW GLASS, PUITY, MANU 
FACTURERS' STOCK, SOAP-MA- 
KERS' & TANNERS' STOCK, 



— 00 TO — 



I 



The Cheap Cash Store 

No. 218 Thhid Strebt, 

St- I»a,xa.l, 3^1ixxi.. 

St. Paul, Oct., 1865.— n8 



PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY 
COMPOUNDED. 

Terms Cash, Prircs low. 

Stillwater, Oct. 3, 1865. 
n O. STROIVtji'S 

Carpet Hall, 

225 Third Street. 

St. Paul • • Min.a»=iott*. 



ST.A.TB1^E1TX 



Of Funds in the Treasurv of Washington door of the Court House, in Stillwater iu .sa 
Of Y unds rca ^^ ^^^^ fe ^ ^__^^, ^^ ^Vashington, ou Wednesday, t 



County on the first day 

STATE FUND. 
State Interest 



2U24 34 

613 37 
83 87 

938 00 
1317 37 j Oy\obe'r 21 1865. 



COUNTY FUND. 

County Interest 1105 78 1 

Count'v Revenue 8020 74 

Volunteer Fm.d 1 1^55 0" \ 1 

Surplus on Sale 

TOWN FUND 



Importer, Dealer in and Mauui^ctarer of 

C.\KPETS, OIL CLOTHS, .MAITi.VliS, trulADl 
Miitf rials and TrimmirKs 

UPrtOLSTERING A.NO FUft^iSHlNG GOOD 5, 
W I X D O NV S 1 1 A 1) 1 .S, 
Wall rnper, .>lo«i-«-»i.t», l-ciabers, Ac. 

Octjber. ISG5— &■!> 

MMMK. DEMORESrS EMPORIUM O-t^ 
FASHION. 

478 BKO.XDWY, N. V. 
nUAXCUES IN NEAULY ALL THE CITIEi 
OK TUK UNION AND CANADA. 



MORTGAGE SALE. — Default has beea 
made i.i the conditions and payment of n 



*Patti-ni» of th! bullions for LiJ'oii' anJ ChiliU-en'< 

J.TJL .naue l.l uie coiiuiuuus uuu pit>un:ui ui u Dfe*-'- ^•^''''»' Palt-Tna, 15 V^V» cMils : Cfiill^u'i 

25 04 1 eertain mortgage executed and delivered by Patt«ru» 10 to -3) ceuu ; Tri.uu>(-a, Double Price ; Fall 

John P. Furber and Isabella Furber his wife, ! tiffe.-n articles. ♦' 



J. M. Whalev.. ... 
Mallory & Whalev . 

I Trevett 

W. W. Ilendrickson. 

.1. A. Bates 

G. W. Coffin 

S. W. Cass 

Jno. La.sey 

il. R. Henry 

J. S. Davis 

T. Connelly 

John Atkinson 

S. M. Reg.ster. 



T.u.-n Ho.d B>u»ty Sp. ScSoU r.A-/. of the county ol Washington m the btate ot 

8<ir 81 ' Minnesota, to Maria 11. Dayton of Kai)i8e.\ ' 
hi 6'i county and State aforesaid, which mortgage 
•" ^\\ bears "date September 12, 1863, and was duly 
'^ II j recorded in tlifi office of the Register of Deeds 
68 10 I of said county of Washington, on the 23d day 
888 5r' of May, A. D. 1864, at two o'clock P. M. in 
3.'* 91 I 'j""'' '^ ^^ .nov.gaKes on page- 297 and 298, in 
80 82 I and by which mortgage ssaid mortgagors i.ar 
46 81 j gained, sold ai>d niortgiiged to said Maria 11 
963 49 'Dayton, her heirs and assigns, the following 
j la.ids and iii\'iniscs, lying and being in the 
' county of Was^hingtiiii and Slate ot Minnesota, 
and described iu said mortgage as follows, to 
wit : — The west half of the north-east (juarier 
aud the east half of the north-west quaiter of 
secti.>n No. eighteen (IS) in township No. 
twenty-seven (27) norlli of range No. twenty 
(iO) west of the fouith principal meridian, 
eontainiag 160 acres of land, to secure the 
, p ivmfnt ot the sum of 0..e thousand and twcniy 
. . 47 88 I tiJittiu, accorcing to the terms of two promisso- 
. . 34 27 j fy uotes of even date with said mortgage, one 
14 08 ; jor Solo due in one year fiom date, and the 



Afton 86 .%7 271 74 

Buytown M 87 05 1 70 

Cott«Ki« Oi've 8 il 41 01 

I Driiiuark l->+* 97 

Or.nl 1» ^6 8 52 

L%kelttnd 19 01 6i «g 

1 Marino 106 08 17 07 7' 62 9 60 

Newport 6 77 

O.ik.lal.- H 2-4 189 SI 199 SO 8 02 

Woodhorv 3 7S 21 65 M »» 

8iilU» r.-wi. 22 W 22 a2 « 08 

I T^t't fity 

I do City 10 73 1 91 272 14 6TS 06 

j REDEMPTION 

' William .Vllibonc 

E. M. McCa' ty • 

1 Iloiacc .Vllen 



%?i 64 
18 37 

6 50 
2 12 

22 77 
1 88 

7 13 
5 98 

47 88 



To apportion. 



Dist. 1 . 
2. 



SCHOOL 



A} •portioned Sjieeial 



Li»t to the Doiind:< borne on the br';e«e ! 

From every quArler lo ! it cornea, 
A Magazine of worth is touii.l. 

kxiUting both our tasti' and home*. 
Those marked thus * an- sent by mail, post free, oa 



64 28 



ticket, we know nothing, and we ' aud eloquence. S) terrible were his 
doubt vorv much if any man in the blows, we noticed a number of the 



State out.siao of their school districts. 



Stillwater Democrats leavinsr the 



does— tluTcfore we have nothing to room. Gov. Donnelly is doing a good 



*ay vWth reference to them. 

General Maii.suall, the Union can- 
^i.late for Governor, is a statesman 
and a patriot. His integrity was nev 



work for universal suffrage. 



'louder on the nusic 

„ „j _.. .^ . ..... every Democrat step 

er ouestioncd—/ii* patriotism is uui- ■ music of the Uiion and we shall 



the police force of the city, a rebel 
soldier, who staid in rebeldom until 
the Ct.nfederacy collapsed, and then 
came North to accept offi(;e from his 
friends. In the meantime, hundreds 

The same night he was arrest- o< '-^'t"""-! ^ol^''^'.''^ ^^'^''^y ^'^y ;i"^l- 

ed, on Tuesday committed, on the . 1^^"^ <-'• ^^c position, are out of em- 

indicted, last week on ployment. 



,'ersally acknowKnlged, for he enli-sted j march to sure victory.-*S<. Peter Ad- 

■ 1 1 1 ..c...- vertiser 

as a private when we needed men — 



next day 

Wednesday brought up for trial, on 
I>ot every Deniocrat step to the Thursday convicted, and on Friday 

sentenced to be hanged. 



as a private uien..enee..eu.... If one out of e^ ery one thousand t.^^i^g , ^Ue in 2:18 1-5, 
*.. bravery and phick no m.an ^^^o^e\ Democrats of the ^..y,-,, ays : 

er below ground will dare to impugn ^^ . , T.'L 



\ hard battle has been fought be- 
tween the Paraguayans and the allied 
army, resulting in the utter defeat of 
Speaking of the horse Dexter's the former, with great loss 



Wilkes' 



.. , u, ,-» A niiiHtv ' co""t'^ h»<^ "stepped to the music 

— his honesty, hdelity aud abilit\, _ _ -_ , , '^r , . _ 

none can gain-say. His associates on 



The mile made by this horse la 
of the fife and diura during our re- 1 ^j^g fastest ever performed by a trot 



the ticket are of the same m.ateri.al 

— every man. 

We have no time to elaborate. The 
question is simply this : — One class 
of candidates was placed in nomina- 
tion by disloyalists — men who have , u a ,.e 
fought the Government during the re- ! ^-'»«; thousands of 



cent ditBculties, iiste.'xd of stepping ^p^, and, of course, takes its place on 
over into Canada, or remaining at record as such. In this regard it dis- 
hoine doing all th .y could to tlis<-our- j^j.^^.^.,, ^^^^, 2:\d^ of Flora Temple, 
age enlistments ai d otherwise embar- ^jjough wo are inclined to think that, 
rasa the Governn ent, the war would ' ^ji ^t^iiigg considered, the latter re- 
have been termin;. ted long before it .... ^ i» o. 



Q r ARTERLY REPORT 

OK THE — 

First I\ational Bank 

OF STILLWATER, 
Ou lh« litt noitday of Ocl. 1865. 



6 

6 

V, ••••••• ■•• 

10 48 21 

11 

12 89 73 

18 

14 

16 98 42 

17 

20 62 68 

21 

22 

23 

27 

^o> •••••••••■• 

29 

SO 25 67 

o2 ■••••••••••' 

35 

8« 80 98 

87 

So. •••■••• ••• 

39 

40 

41 



10 
8 81 
28 87 

27 S6 
15 66 
69 56 

287 31 
208 14 
63 79 
60 62 
4 88 
59 62 
40 44 
71 80 
95 01 

4 19 
20 88 
34 40 
45 29 

28 99 
8 89 

107 94 

5 12 
60 

63 64 

4 93 

115 93 

27 37 

58 64 



RESOURCES. 



valuabU 



mains the best performance. It must 

, , ^ ,, ;„„thnr. — ". "."""--" - lives n^p,j„,i^.rstood that we rate the value No'e. and Bills JiBcounted ♦'^'^•!1? JJ 

fonrrht the Government during the re- : ' , j ^ c •^• "»^ """'-' Overdrafts ,t,48i 60 

lou^niineMo^tr ^^^. , ,^ would have been sp.ared to families ^ f„rmance by the way of go- B..nki..g Hou«, 

behon and given aid an ^;7^f!^ ,„a country, and millions of treasure ^ ^ i„d „„aer the saddle is, in our Fnmitu^e and Fiuures 

thp rebels- while the other cla.ss wa^ /.' n ,. ^ • . luf^, »in.» Current Expenspg 

, '. ■ ' . . , „ ,K^„^ whnbp i •'^aved. This thmj; of stepping to jaacrtnent, the fastest and most natu- Premiums and Interest 

placed in nomination by t^lose^v no De ^^^^^ ^.^^ ^^^ grace , V^, ,,.. for a hor.se to go. Inasmuch, Remittances and other cash item. 

Ii«v« that we have a Government, • '^"^ , , u .i « .»j i"> » ■ & ' j),,p f,Q^, National Banks 

iie\ e uint , j.j.^jjj ^^^^ j^g^ j^ , those whom the i^o^vever, as Dexter is also a capital D^e from other banks 

Ihatthe ^;;*^Y™T Thn.!!! L" -1^^^^^^ ! harness and wagon horse, and quite , U.S. Bo„d. deposited with U. 8. 

♦ lined and that treason shonlil be , [ _ i "«*• , . ^ A .. I Treasurer to secure c.rcuUt.nK 

prkhed i The democrat s are lo.id in thei young, being only seven years old, it 



186,781 23 
A. C. LULL, Countv Treasurer. 
RcDOLPB Lehmicke County Auditor. 



Dress unJ Cloak Making in all »•( branches, 
»L:i.Iieii' System ol Dfias Ou'linR, il 00. 
*Clul<lreuV SvHtoni of Dress Cuitiag, !)^ ct«. 
Tucking. I'inkin^ .inii Klutinf;. 
♦ImiHrrial Dreg. KIcvator-, 7.i ct<. 
Kieiich Corseth, S.uiu Jcim. JS OU ; C mtil. $7 {y). 
Pr.7.e M -dal Sliirls, $1 50 ; $2 00 ai:d tZ •. 
*S|iiral Sprii i; B .soiu P.ids, (1 tO. 
•iixeclt^ior Dr.-s» Shiilds. &• cts. 

*Combinaiioii Siispen.loi' and Shoiililer Braces, 75 cts 
Braid and i-^mbi-oiilery Stamps. $4 ivr doz. 
Diamond NcciUes. 40ct8. per hiindrL-d. 
.S'-wiriK M.idiinc Tuckmi: Atla.limeut, f5 00. 
*S;iis.)r? ti:iag-, cutiiiiij ui itcriil auy widlli, 50 c^^. 
-^8 win^ R i'pers, for M.ichi.u' or huid S.-^vin- .VI oil 
WattrPro if Dnss KiH.iiig. 10 to 80 cts. ptT yd. 
•Lily- Bloom, improving the complexion, oO «U. 
Sjfl, pure, antl trie from aughi lu harm 
Tnc icnilorcf I complexion. 
•Ro^t.itt B!.M>in, tinting th-' c luipli-Xion. 5'i els. 
Will tint tho cheeks a= Nature lin»» 
'the rosy slU'lU ot ocean ! 
•Curling Cream, beautifying the hair, 50 cts. 
'Piifumc Packets, exiiuiiiitely fragrant, 50 cU. 
245 10 ' oVht'i for Joli) due in two vcard from date, and i M.ME.DICMORKST'S Pun 'i.win- Agency, for any ar- 
. 107 68 both Jjcarinj; twelve per cciit. per annum inter- ; "<:''^ '" >"• P'-''-"'^'' '" ^^'^ ■* "'•'*■ 
. . 11 23 81 _ pavlbhe a.inua ly, and the further su.n of ' *DK.M.:)KKgTSS MONTHLY .MAGAZINE and MME. 
.. 16 45 'tiUy dollar, attorney's tee. ; and wlnci. mo.t- UK.MO.tKSTS .MIRROR OK KASHiONS '^5 en. Yearly 
..11 08 ^„ge contains a power of bale duly recorded $3 with valuable prcmimu. 
. . 17 24 1 ^.jti, said mortgage. 

• • 9 87 ! And whereas, said mortgagors did, at the 
. . 1(J 00 I lime of executing said mortgage, waive and 

1 eurrcnder to said mortg.igee the.r right of re- »..„„„„,„,».„...„. .... . 

2889 72 flt'niption of said piemises (except one year) receipt «f price. Th.- others are sent by express on re- 
' which waiver ia included in and recorded with , c^.^,^ of th<- amount, or collect.-don delivery, 
said mortgage. | DeaUrs will please seud for Wli.-lesale Price Lint. 

And wheieas, said Maria B. Dayton and Ly- j Address MMiv DKMOitKSr- 

man Daytoi her husband did, by their as.xign- 1 4.3 Bk.^uwav. N. Y. 

ment in writing, dated July 26, 1864, duly ah- Ladiei., cut th- above out for future ref.-ren -e. or for 

sign, transfer and set over unto Charles «• I ^i-^^^ ^/rcilcLuT "* •™''" """"" ''*'^"'"' 

Oakes of Ramsey county aforesaid, the said ^ 

mortgage and the debt secured thcieby , which 1 _ - _. .- - v«. m^^mw^M^^^^^ 

assiKument was recorded in the otlice of the; A IVLHIIw BLISIIiIeSS 
Register of Deeds of said county of Washing- r\ :m^WW I^^^WIIW fc. W^^ 

ton, on the 3yth day of July, 1864, in book G i 

of mortgages, on pages 342 and 343. 

And whereas, there is now claimed to be , t?"nTTrfl'D"n "nmPrT T PP 
due and-owing, at the date of this notice, upon | XjUW AlvU lJLiM\JLtLiLtLtRj 
ijaid note and mortgage the su.n of one thous- 1 
and three hundred and forty-three dollars and 
eight cents ($1343 08), and no proceeding at 
law or otherwise have been i.istituted or had 
Sd !()' '° recover the amount secured by said mort- 
^t ^u g"ge or any part thereof. 
Ofi qit ^*'* ih'^r'^^f"''*'' notice is hereby given that, 
9. «< ^y ^•'■^"^ of the power of sale contained in said 
' fi? mortgage, and pursuant to the statute in such 
R ,i case made and provided, said mortgage will be i 
J foreclosed, and said mortgaged lands and; 
qu premises abcvc described, will be sold at pub-j 
^^ ^^ I lie auction by the tfhctiflf of said county of 

" ■ Washington, at the front door of the Courr. ■ experience in the TASKING 

House, in St.llwater, in sa.d county ol Wadh- '„„, ^ j . j n i. 

ington, on Wednesday, the thirteenth day of m-SL\ESS, I am p.eparcd to dress Buck- 
December, 1865, at twelve o'clock noon, for ^kins of all kinds at the lowest prices, 
cash, to the highest bidder, to pay a.id satisfy p j ,,^, attention given to dressing skins 
the amount then due on said note and mort- • arutuiai nm n " fc & 

gage and expenses of sale. ' and fu.% letting the hair remain on the same. 

CHARLES H O AKEF A ssignee ; g^tj^f^ction will be guaranteed to all. 
Van Ettex & Ofkicer, Att'ystor Assignee, bt. 



BmKI^ DRESSER. 

WEST OF STATE PRISON, IX STONE 

HOUSE OF FRANK AIPLE 
The highest market price will be paid for 
DEER, SniEI' and HORSE SKINS. 
'Special notice is hereby gi ven that having 



4 93 

116 93j 

27 37; 

58 64 



FOR SALE OR RENT! 



Paul, Min. 
Dated October 21, 1866. 



A good Stock and Grain FARM, 800 acres, 

60 acres improved, enclosed with good bcarJ 

2,50i' 00 I fence. Two good barns— one 30 by 40, one 

600 00 24 by 24. Corn house and Granary 14 by 26, 

125 30 uouie 14 by 26 finished completely. 

2,167 54 : The fam, is located 5 miles from Stillwater, 

627 75 , on the ^est side of Carnelian Lake. 
2,824 81 



JTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF 
Washington, ss. — In Piohaic Cou^t 



VJTAl 
O Wa 



Stillwater, Aug. 29, 18«5.— nl-2m. 



MORTttAttK SALE.— WhercM. default has befn 
made in the payment and condition'* .if a certain 



mortRage executed and delivtred by L. A. Babcock and 
.. ..„w .. In A.nanda P. Bal.C'Ck. his wife, of Ramsey county. Mm- 

tlTe niatter ol" the last will and testament of ^^^^J^i^^tn TlT^\i^ i^glitlr "^ 
Eric Enckson, late of sa.d County deceased. peeds of the county of W»i>hlngton and State .>f Min- 

An instrument purport.njr to be the last will neeota, on the 18th day of Novenib;r, 1S57, in book "C" 
'and testament of Eric Erickeon, late of ; of Mortgage.. onpageTTT, and waH^aj^sojecordedJn 



14,488 61 



Treasurer to secure circulating 

"otnottoisfor Mur.hall aad the' advocacy of eqtia ta.ation,hnt op- ; is not improbable that he will -mo U.^S^ Bounds on h^^^^^^^^^ M-^O oo 

entire Uuion tickets-State and Coun-i pose eqiiaW»/r«,... They are will- ' day eqtuil Hora s time in harness.- c,,, «„ ,.nd «•"« «« 

ty SoMi.rs and citizens! to the . fng to receive the black man's money He i« not a mere ^'-^-f ^or^e, b« -^^^^^ 
HI. next Tue«a..y ! t. defray the exp. nse of Government, one that can rate high through the 



the office of the R.gi-ter of Deeds of Chisago county, 
and State aforesaid, on the flrnt day of January A. D. 
1858. in book 'B" of Mortgages, on p .ges 466 and 4.'i7, 
and again riTorde<l in tlie office last afi>r«wiid on the 



Regiment of Regular* Coming. 

I leiisf, ijui no .— - - 

., not jea- 1 ^^ . J^^ . ^ ^^. something else, say that ; Exchange . 
I.otijs Republican of Tiie3<lay : sou or justice, is the entire stock of ,5^^ Renublican uartv can't be hurt by 



LIABILITIES. 

Capital Stock paid in 

: Individual deposits 

" If you are in favor of suffrage, say Due Sundry Banks 



and evt=:i l^^t him bear arms in its de- , mile 

, fense, but he jnu it not vote. Out ; 

We clip the following from the St. | with such logic. Prejudice, not rea- ^^ ^ 

>uis Republican of Tue3<lay : ; sou or justice, is the entire stock of ^^j^^ Uepublican party can't be hurt by 

The Tenth rnited States Infantrv, ; the Democratic p irty. We trust tli::^ free discu-Hsiou."— 5/>ett:A of Senator sTaTE OF MINNESOTA. ) 
... y-. , 1 c u «i.>»»...i.>.. , . . .,. . . LI. J ... ■\:riirin f,f ^f,lA»nchuaett». cocxtt of washimoton, \ 



1.50,000 00 

. 65,218 70 

26.812 83 

237 29 



said c««nty deceased, having been deposited in 
this office for probate : 
Terms easy and price low. j^ jg ordered that the proofs of caid instni- 

Also 300 acres ol wild land in section 34, ^^„^ ^,^ ^^^^^ before me at my office in the ',;- -J.";,,;:,- h';":,;;;h-o-rtg:ge iaid -Ml^Tga^o™ 

township 31, range 20. ! city of Stillwater, in said county, on the 22d Jold conv.ye^l and mortgoped tc said C. W. Babc-ck, 

Also 120 acres in township 30 range 20, i dav of November, 1865,at 10 o'clock a. m. of that his heirs and a/.i^lpnf., all the following described land* 

miles from Stillwater, on the Boom road to ^^^^ ,^ ^^.^^ ,;^^ , ^ p,,,, ^„ persons con^ :^,V.^atd"chV;ag'^orrn^he"8f.';ilV»C"el.:^^^^ 

■^fc«'*- „ ,, . . w :„ cerned may appear and contest the probate of ^^.,;^^ jng»ij mortgage as follows, to wit: the south 

160 acres in St. Croix county Wisconsin-- ^^j^^ instrument. ' weKt quarter of action N... nineteen. (19) in township 

I the north half of the south-east qnarter, and I j^^j it j, further ordered, that notice of Baid thirty-two. (82) range twenty -one. t21) west, c;>n»*'"J.°f 

I south halfof the north-east quarter of section „pp,i,,tio„ and hearing be giyon .0 all persons '^i'^;^^^:^!^^^ twXThir.y^.three, 

I 10 m township 31 range 1» wesi , anjo.ning i„tf.pej,ted in said estate, bv publishing a copv : (88,of range twent v. (201 containing iw acres, to .-cure 

I Pine lake. Will be sold CHEAP. I ^f ,(,;;, Qpjpp f^, three successive weeks prior to : the payment of thei-um of t80.i. arcording U) the tems 

' One Dwelling-house, pleasantly located on , ^^j^ ^^^ of hearing, in the Stillwater Me^r,er, ' «f » '^^ r^Xbc^ct^i^uZr^it and t.nng 

Third street, and the grounds cousist of » lot ^ ^ ^^^^j^ newspapei published i" •»- -■•■* ~^ ■ "? ^ ■' 



1133,268 83 



«fwhit^h "colonel E. B. Alex.-*nder, | ^^^^^^ o^- ^hera will yet be enabled toj ^rJion,of^ri^ssachusett$. 

acting assistant Provost Marshal Gen- _. , ..- :- . c. -„« 

en\ tor this State, is Colonel, left , 

Wa.shington on the 2oth instant, for, good asanegro. 

St. Louis, from which they will prob- . 



ss. 



11' -'•-;--".-■,-, V'^ some 01 uic.u «,;. ^»r* ^^ ^t.».,.^v. v.-, - 1 »„ .v^^^ I, 0. R. Ellis, Cashier of the First National 

ProvostMarsha tTen-^^^^..^^^^j^^ woi Id that " thev are a8 The abo;e w a fit reply to those B*„k of Still - ■ • 

ate. IS (- olonel, lett , „ ' frl^n<1« who think, the present is not a above statem 



and a half. 

For more full desciiption and terms, apply 
to S. S. DENTON, Stillwater, 

or CORNMAN k STICKNEY 

Stillwater, October, 1865.— 5-4t. 



. -. „, .. .^ — ., , f^^^ log^aV. n. tMOCCKM., w,l; ..." . , ■■-.. 

Iv newspapei published in the saiq COUn- ^ Ten date with .^ald mortgage, and due one year after 

.* . . . ... ...1... m n#.H...r nf aslf. Htllv r#. 



ty ol Washington 

HOLLIS R. MURDOCK, 

Jiidpe of Probate. 
Dated, Stillwater, Oct. 30, 1865. 



water, do solemnly affirm that the 



N" 



T E I. O § T. 



I friends who think the present is not a above statement is true, to the be*t ol my Lost, about the last of June, 186.5, a prom _ 

1 e I? .,„i »5i]ftVio'P for •'"""iedge and belief. issorv note, made bv Anderson * Wheeler, thanks of roanv 

time to speak for Equal ^uHrage, ^lor q_ j^_ g^LIS, Cashier. ! ,„d nav.ble to the undersigned or bearer, for I 



!:W^'^bf;rd";d to"\>er^^^^^^ Unnatvhal UscL.s.-The Demo-' f^ar of hurting the party of tho Unior 

lio^ iu Minnesota. Major Hall is at j crats are very an>ious for the weltarc y^t j^ speak will hurt it more ! 

iir*«!tent comm.anding. but Colonel ]^^ ^^^-^^ "Southern brethren," but ■ , „^ ^ 

Mtxander mav be ordered to j«>» ' ^|jp„ ^^re nothin ' for their colored The Tennessee Senate have passe. 1 1 Eldridge A Cornman have- just received a b«en stopped on the same ,,-„.« 

them as soon a«» the papers and re-, / , • ' , q unnatural ; the bill allowing the negroes the right : fine loi ofCilt and Ro.so wood Picture Frames I »EM. t. h\H\y 

«or<ls of his olUce are turned over to; nephtw.s jn mu t. . , , _.^^ .^ ^^^ ^^,^^j, ,„^ M,„,^i„g 

ibf W.ir PpjMH.nent. urcks . . vi t . , 



and payable to the undersigned or bearer, for 
Sworn to and subscribed before me the sum of 1148 (*5—ui»on which wa.^ endorsed 
[stamp] this 14th dav of October, 186,5 , several payments, leaving a balance due of 

Wm. M. McCLUER, Notary Public near thirty dollars. All person* are cautioned I 

\ against purchasing the note, as payment has 



date ; which mortgageeonuins a power of sale duly re- 
coriled with said mortgage. , . , ,. . . 

And whereas, there Is claimed to be da* and no- 
Mid upon said nota and mortgage at the dat« of tWs no- 
tice the sum of twelve hundred and forty eight dollars 
($1*4S) and no proceedtngn at law, or oth' rwise, have 
■ i,een in«tlfut«d or had to rccorer the amount secured to 

LOST IN STILLWATER, SOME TWO be paid by said note and mortgage, or any part Ihereot 
... L _ j,:„.,>r Sow. therefore, notice is hereby given that under and 

months since, a horse, wacon, driver, | ^^^ ^:^^^^ ^^ ,^^ ^^^^^^^ ,^,, contained In said mort- 
meat-box and contents. Any one who will re- ^^^^ ^„^ pursuant to the statute in snrh cise made 
Htore the above named articlea will receive the and provided. «aid mortgage win be forecloaed and said 

niortgag<-d lands and premises above de»c Ibed with 
their tenements and appurt<'nance«. will be sold by the 
' Sheriff of said county ot Washington, at public auetioo, 
for cash, to the highest bi.l'l-r. at the front door cf Uj« 
court house in Siillwat<"r. in said county of Washington 
on Wednesday the thirteenth day of December, A. D. 
lS6.i. at twelve o'cloek noon of that day. to satisfy and 
pay the amount then due on said not« and mortgage and 



LADY MEAT CONSUME.^S. 
Oct. 30. 1865-1 t^adkwim 



Oct. 28, 1S«>8 -4t n8. 



HOLLIS E. MURDOCK, 

A 

ytillwal-r. Ai'ril o<i, IfaOl. 



TT()::> EY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW '"e^ex^n^se- cjf^sa.e 
and G neral Agent. Stillwater, Minnei-oU. 1 



u3o. 



Dated, Octol>er 21, \8f&. 

C. W. BABCOCK, Mortgagee. 
Vtn Elitit t Orficrs. Atl^'i f^r M -ri£aj»e St r»u 



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JCnral anrt ^UsffUaucous %tm. 

SlPJEMtlOHJOn f'«f.%T#.V« 

H»»ln(t »il<l«l t.i our fbrra.r lar^e itiHik of JOBBING 
MATERIAL th« MfiKfnpC'r OIBco In ihht Ix-tler prt-par- 
«mI thftLi rv.-r before to exrcute »11 kind'* M PLAIN »n.i 
ORNAMENTAL 

Our m«t*rlal» are nuvitly new, and i>ur fiu-ilill' • for ex 
ecutini: all tiud« of work are ample. We can now turn 
oat work th'it will 

Campii? favonbly with thai of any other Offce in the State. 

Brlni? or senil your ord-nt If ynii want jobbing execu- 
ted NEATLY and KXPEDI1IOU8LV. 



ExoRMOvs Vkgktablks. — The St. 
Piiul Pre^s of a rerciU date boasts ol 
the presentation of a beet which 
weighed twelve poiuuls. The Lake 
City Leader boasts of the presenta- 
tion of a similar vegetable which 
measured :V2 inches in eircumference, 
and weighed lr>\ pounds, (turnep vari- 
ety.) 

Were we in the habit of boasting, 
we would spread ourself on the beet 
tjuestion. Our friend, Hon. J. H. 
tsori.K, of Grant township, Washing- 
ton county, presented us yesterday 
with a trio of beets which, we think, 
will beat the world. The first weighs 
itij-fcen ami onf-fourth pounds — is 
sound and perfect. The second one 
measures fifteen inches in circumfer- 
»ti.-f. t\venty-<'ight inches in length, 
and weighs fourteen and one-half 
pounds ! The thinl is indescribable, 
it is a combination of beets — four in 
number— all from the same seed, but 
i iterlacing in serpentine ordtr and 
fonninir a most singular combination. 
The latter specimen can be seen at the 
s iloon of Marshal Shortell on Main 
^,,. Oft— the two former we j>iopose to 

S TV 

giving < 

iicient capacity to cook them can be 
procured in the city. Commend us to 
Jesse Soule for big veget:ibles. 



The First Sno a'— The Wkathkr. 
The first adinoniti >n of the approach 
of old winter occurred last Thursday, 
2ttth. It was not m iich of a snow storm, 
however, for it so< n melted into warm 
rain. At\er the 1 illing of the snow, 
the tlahlias and d: isies in our flower 
garden looked up irom their white cov- 
ering, and greeted the smiling sun with 
as much freslincss and beauty as they 
sported in the glo Aing month of June. 
This morning, how ever, a nipping frost 
occurred and we bid adieu to these 
genial summer friends. Weeks ago 
frost occurred in i he middle and eas- 
tern States; but i ot until within the 
past few days ha\ e we had sufficient 
in Stillwater to kill the most tender 
flowers and vegetables. The atmos- 
phere is now cool and bracing; but we 
cannot reasonably expect more than a 
fortnight of our ]ircsent beautiful au- 
tumnal weather. 



iiew ^dv^rti^em^utist. 



Larub Yield of Wheat. — Mr. 
August Steggen an, of this county, 
harvested 1100 b ishels of wheat the 
present season from 2.3 acres of 
■rround. This ci )p was raised in the 
town of Afton, and is an average of 
near korty-eigh- • bushels to the acre. 
Open your eyes r nd wonder, ye south- 
downers and dow n-easters. What do 
vou think of that ? 



J. B. BRADEIV, 

Whole*ale and UrtutI Pealer In 

Iron, XuIIm, !»tr«l, lliird Ware, 

Wajjuii & Biigifv Hubii, Spoke:*, hVlloi':*, Shafii), 

Poles, Thimble Skein Wrtgoii Boxog, 
SPRINQS. AXLbS. CAKRIAUK TRIMMINGS, Ac. Ac. 

No. \U Third Street, 8t. Paul. 

i«ril. U.4KWOOD, 

DEALKK IN 

Stoves, Tinners Stock, House 

FURMSING GOOHS, 

3lanutuclnr«>d Tin Wnr<>, Ac, 

187 THIKD STREET. 
ST. I»-A.'Cn-, - - XmCII>TXT. 

PRATT Sl IlIJGHSiON, 

Wlx'l'iale and Ritail Dealers In 

BOOT8 & SHOES, 

No. 221 TEHRD STREET. 

RtXftrt' Blotk; a J'eie (ioor» above the Briilffe, 1 
ST. HAIL, MIN.'VIMOTA. 

o. Hi. o-:RJ^i^'r, 

Whol^iale and UoUil Dealer in 

H.VRDWVftK, STOYKS, 

Tln-warr. \mn' Shovrls, Hunt's .Ufs. 
WOSTE.'%HOL.TI crTLfrlKY Ac. 

No. 113 THIRD STREET, 
I7ni«n Block, - - - S«. Faul. 




€n\)Kw'» Mmxn, 



1 




11 

As to where tlie following 
articles can be bought. 



Pkrsonal. — We had the pleasure 
yesterday of tak ng by the hand our 
genial friend, Gt n. S. F. Hersky, of 
Bangor, Maine. If the General should 
fail in making hi < annual visits to his 
Stillwater friend •», his thousands of 
Minnesota frienus might reasonably 
conclude that he was tion est in-ventus, 
e up at i>ur own table on Thanks-, .^^j ^-ould decrc that a report should 
lav, pr-.vided a vessel of sutV |,^^, n^M^. accordii gly. Welcome, Gen- 
eral, to the Pine City ! 



C. PRO A L, 

SADDLE A^D HARNESS MANUFACTURER, 

An.I l>e»ler in 

SADDLERY HARDWARE. 

A LarKO Stock of 

nOIiSE BLANKETS. SKATES AND 

SLEKiH BELLS, 

Ju.1t receiyed. at Wholesale and Retail. 



RICHARD WARVIi^, 

Import.T nnil Wl.dtia Il.aler In 



CRICAOP 



BOWEN BROTHERS, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

AND LEADING JOBBERS IN 

STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, 

Notions, Woolens, 

WORSTED GOODS, ETC., ETC. 

<»> 

Announce Increased Facilities and arrange- 
ments by which their stock will continue 
more inviting and extensive than any other, 
out of New York, in the country. They now 
Include a full line of Leading Domestics by 
the package, at manufacturers' Prices, and 
Invite the trade of the Northwest to save 
Freight and Time by purchases in Chicago. 
We have the Exclusive Sale of many brands 
of coeds, are Agents for Pittsburgh LAbLE 
COTTON YARN, at Factory Prices. Our 
Immense Business is a guarantee of our 
ability to meet the demands of the trade at 
all times. Goods sent upon orders, can be 
returned at our expense if not satisfactory. 

BOWEN BROTHERS, 

19 & 21 Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois. 



IDtiuart pann, I 3 quart pana, 

|6 quart do | 2 do do 

One pint pans. 
4 piece Dish pans | 6 piece Dish pans, 

6 piece Dish paiis. 
Palty paiii, Dust pans, 3 kinds, 

Square do Tressed pans, all sizes 

Jelly cakin pans. 



CITY oRim ns I 

NEW GOODS 

Have arroved, and are al- 
ways 



SPECIAL. NOTICRM. 



M' 



10 inch pie plates 
9 inch pie plates 

8 " " •' 



Ural pie plate;*, 
Scollop pie plates, 
ABC do 



arroving. 



CHOICE, SELECT DRUGS Of 
ALL KINDS! 

Every Patent Jftedicine you 

see advertised^ at' 

ways an hand. 

1,000 PACKAGES of HOWE & STEVENS' 




ANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW RE- 
STORED. 

JuHt piibUsbcd. a iirwiiliiliin of Dr. 
CLLVERWKLL'8 CELKUK.^TED 
ESSAY on thi> railioni cur«, | «'itb- 
uu< mc'llcine] of 8permati>rrli«ea, 
or semlDal weakneiw. IiivuluDtary Scluliial Luitwa, lupo- 
teiicy, Muiital aud Plivi<tonl inwipucity. Iini)e<1imcnU to 
Mama«o, etc. ; »!«>. CO.N'SUMPTION. KPILKP.-*V and 
FITS iiKluced by self lii'Iuli^'-riceoriH^xualextravagatiCw. 
tS^Prlw. lu axealed onveli)p», only 6 c<'iiti. 
Thi- Hutlior iu thin adiuirabli: esaay cb-arly ilom^ 
i.nstratis, from thirty yrare lucceHornl practice thil lli« 
alarming cunseqiK'iic-s of lielf-abuse may bi: ra<lically 
oured without the dan,{<'r"U> use of iDternal inrdiciue uT 
the upplicatioD u( the kulfe — polutiiig ou* a mode of 
cure, at once sluipl'', crtaiii and eff^/ctnal. by ra'^anx of 
which every ■uffcier, no matter what his cotidiilun. may 
cure himself cheaply, privately, and RADICALt-Y. 

49-This Lecture .ihould be iu the hau4s of every 
youth andi'Very mau In the land. 

Bent under fM-al, in a plain envelope to any addrrsa, 
t*ot!T-PAio. on rec'ipt of six cents, or two post stam;>s. 
Address the publ ishera. 

CHA8. J. C. RLINB k CO.. 
127 Uowery, N. Y.. Post Office Iotx 4i>i« 



10 qt coveted pails 

6 qt do do 

4 qt do do 

3 qt do do 

2 qt do do 

1 pt do do 

12 qt Flaring do 



10 qt Flaring pails 
6 qt do do 
12 qt do milk pails 
10 qt do do 
Large chamber pails 
Small do do 

Large dinner do 



mall Dinner pails. 

2 qt saucepans — tin | 4 qt «aucepan8 — tin 
6 qt saucepans — tin. 



DURKEE'S GROUND SELECT SriCKS :— 
Ginger, Pepper, Mace, Nutmeg. Cinnamon, &c. 

To1oa,ooo- 

A large stock of Plug, Natural LeaJ, Nos. 1, 2 
and 3 Smoking, Anderson's solace, and best 
fine cut chewing. 

Imitation Meerschaum, Clay, Biier and Ce- 
dar Pipes. Tobacco Boies of all slvles t sites 

Fine Couiiueicial Note, Plain and ^ilt edge. 

/ine Billet, Note, wide and narrow bill cap. 

Legal and Fool's cap. 

Plain and Fancy Envelopes ; Pens, pencil?. 

Blank Memorandum Books, Paper cutters &c. 

A number of rolls of fine wuU paper at very 

low figures. 



Lyon's Periodical Drops ! 

THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY 
FOR IRREGULARITIES. 



IIe.vvy Farmxg. — The crop of 
wheat harvested by Mr. Treager, ol 
Home Ar.AiN. — In the hurry of ma- ! Cottai^e Grove, vas even larger than 



king up "»'■ '-'^t issue, we neglccteil 
to notice the return of our genial 
frien.l, D. L. Grctt, who has been 



we gave him crt ilit for a week ago ; 
hi.s crop amouutitig to 25,000 bushels, 
which he sold f«-r *-25,000. Won't 



CIlll 



Nil MUSIC STORE ! 



189 and liO TIIIUI) STKKKT, 

AND BKNCH STREKT, 

St. I»a.-«.l, T%«iii.- 

LOOKISO GLASSES, KEROSESE OIL di LAMPS, 

TABLE CUTLERY, PLATED WARE &c. 



rusticating in Europe during the past ^^^mj. of our friej ds give us an interest 
ii.^\y months. Mr. Grout left our city' ^1 ^ gmall farm? 

last .luly, traveled over the continent, | _.=. — = -^ 

had a <4ood time generally, and re- 1 Lost. — A lady friend advertises to- 



G. G. GRISU'OL,D« 

Wholesale aod R-tall Dealer In 

MEN & BOY'S CLOTHING, 

Cloth-', Cas-iiineres, Vesting*", Tailor's 
Trimmings. Hat.s, Ca|is and 

Fl'RMSHlNfi GOODS, 

Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bag:^. Military Goods. 

Rubber Capes, Coats, Leggins, &e. Fur 

Caps, Collais, Gloves, Buffalo Robes, 

CLOnilNG MAMFI) TO ORDER. 
194 Thiril Street, St. Paul, .Uinn. 




COLT. 



I 57 STRAY 

tur'ietl some days since in excellent day for some lo.it meat. We suppose: g^jj 

heiUh ' i there is a local .mgnificance connected . Come to the premises of the sul^scriber liy^ 

iic.iLiii. i «■ => I jp^ jj {j^g Halfway Floiise on the M. 1 aui ana 

StTllwator road, during ths pa.nl sumincr, a bay 
COLT, tour years old. No distinctive marks 



Mr. C. M. IIatuaway, another old, therewith ; but as no reward is offered 
citizen, returned last week. Mr. i we leave the solution to parties who 
Hathaway went east a year or two have not been v sited by their travel- 
since, had a severe attack of the p.it- ing " meat-box" during the past two 
riotic fever, enlisted in the Fourth months. 
Massachusttts Heavy Artillery, served 



his tt-rm out with creditto him.self and 



Sudden Death, — Mr. McGroktv, 



The owner will please call, pay charges, provi 

property and receive the same. 

^ ^ ■ E. G. GRAY. 

Oct. 18, 1865. 4w. 



has returned to Stillwater and will re- an old resident >f our city, was taken 
his old business-bei.iix satisfied iH l^-^t Friday. He applied to a phy- 
ru.i tlurc is no countrv so inviting as si.ian for treatment-went to his resi- 
that of Minnesota. We take pleasure dence on Second street, but before 



sumj 



Butler & Dodd , 

Forwaidhiff & Couiraission 



New Music and Musical 
Instruments ! 



ELDRIDGE & CORNMAN 

Take ri!(.a8urc Iri rtrtnounctns; to the public 
that .'nev are n-.w prep.-""' to fill ft deaderatun. 
long neeaeJ \v. Stillwater, 'fl".': 'i'^' prepa-ed 
to sell Bradbury k Vo.se's Pianos, Mason li 
Hamlin's celebrated Cabinet Organ.^ or any 
other musical instrument that may be desired. 
Specimen Orfjans can be si-en at our Store, 
from which instruments can be ordered. Ev- 
ery Instrument vrarrautcd to be what it is rep- 
resi-ntcd. ^ 

Instruments will be sold at Chicago 



1 gal measures 
^ fial. do 
1 qt do 



1 pt measures 
^ pt do 
1 gill do 



1 quart milk medsures. 

r-crisrisrEx.s. 

1 pt Funnels 
^ pt do 
1 Gill do 



1 Gal Funnels, 
^Ual do 
1 qt do 

Two quart Tea pots. 

Three pint Teapots 

One quart Teapots. 
PLANISHED TEAPOTS, all sizes. 
COFFEE POTS. 

One gal. Coffee Po s. 

Three quart Coffee Pots. 

Two quart Coffee Pott, 

One quart Coffee Pots. 
PLANISHED COFFEE POTS, 
all sizes. 



42 Gal. Oil Cans, 
6 do do 

2^ do do 
1 do do 
^ do do 

1 pt do 



9 inch wash boilers, 

8 inch do do 
7 inch do do 

6 inch do do 

9 inch Coffee Kettica. 
Z ir.Cii do do 

7 inch d<> do 
6 inch do do 

1 Gal. niediciuo can for the woods. 

Woodman's Kauphy Kettle. 
Large water pots and small water pots. 
Tin Punched Lanterns, Globe Lanterns, and 
Square Lanterns. 
Candle Moulds, all «izeg. 
STKAMERS— 7, 8 and 9 inch. Pint cups. 
i pt cups, & also Scoops of all size.s. 

Skim- 



o 



m welcomui 



<r back a good citizen. 



taking his Ph/sician's prescription, j 11 C] RflHllVTS 
died. But a t.w minutes before his iW ^ II 17 II 11 il i « 



Anotiieu Excitin-uRace. — "C.ili-j death he wasw; Iking aV)outhis house, 
to" an.l "Little Indian" tried their Dise.a3e— congestive chills. 

respective qualities the .second time — -- ' T . 

. ^2 . 1 »i . ...».., I- .. fihr.rt S.vowDowx SotJTH.— Our friend 

last Saturdav, on the new track a short , r /-.u- 

1- . \l e .1... ...rv On -i for- M. S. Willard leturned from Chicago 

distance south oi thecit\. Unaior-, ,. • ^^ ^x. ^^ ^ 

, T 1- 11 ♦Kr. this morniiif'. He informs lis that last 

mer occasion the -Indian" was the; '^'"^ '""•^"" - 



These 
retail prices— our a'-rangi-inenta witli tlie man 
uLutuier.-* beiiit; such that we can do so— thus 

saving freiglit and the dangers of freight and Sconces. Oyster .Stcwers, 

the ex'pcnses ot transportation lo the purchaser, j niers, all kinds. Jackson Dippers, 

We k<'<-p constantly on hand all of Root k ^ j.^.^ ^^^ Jippirs— One pt Dippers— i pt dip 
Cady's popular muaic, both vocal and instru- i ^^^^ ^-^^^ j^^jjg ijandles to 'ein. 



successful nag. On the last occasion, 



' Satunlay there vere six inches of snow 
a large crowd assembled and the ex^j on the ground at Prairie du Chie.i^ 
eitement between the friends of the'and that the stieets were hlk'd >-'th 
respecttl-e ponies ran high. The stakes cutters. Our friends south should 
were *l 000-*.=iOO on each side-! fome up to om (in comparison) tropi- 
besides an innumerable number of cal clime, wlere - December's as 

Bide-bets. On this occasion "Calico " , pleas.tnt as May." ^ 

distanced her competitor, mile heat, i 
sixtv feet. We understand that some 



5 

And Dealers in 

Grain, Produce, Provisions, 
Hides and Salt. 



mental, "together with In^^"^""" ""?,»'^,/"' I Large Wash Bowls-son.e with handles, 
every kind of music, which wo sell at Chicago fa ^.^^^ Strainers— large k small. 

' BAKERS— big k little. 
TEA KETTLES— 7, 8 & 9 inch. 
VALhXDERS!, Half-sheet Graters, 

Quarter-sheet Graters. N'utineg Graters. 
3 Kinds. Mutlin Kings Thrashing 

Machine Cans. 
BLOW HORNS- large k small. 

CLOTHES SPRINKLERS, new style. 
a^LFSEALlNO FRUJT CANS, aU tizes. 

Cake Pans, with tubes. 
Cake Cutters, plain k fancy. Army Cups 
Marking pots. Beer Mugs with glass on side 
Punch shakers 



retail prices. 

Sabbath School Melodies ! 

In great variety, kept constantly on hand. 

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. 

in large quantity and every variety, received 
every day by express. 



The finest assortment iu town, consisting of 
Lows Honey, Bee-hive, Glycerine, Checkerber 
ry. Transparent, Military, Shaving, Violet, 
.lockey-clcb and Brown Wiuusor— all " war- 
ranted genuine." 

Olass and Clas»-\l'are. 

Window Glass, from 7x9 to 18Jx5l) ; cut to 

any size or shape, and in quantities to 

suit purchasers. 

Ten to fifteen different sizes of Wine, Cordial, 

and Dinner Goblets. 
All sixes of Tunibers, Independent Salts, large 
Salts, Spoon-holders in variety, Molasses Cru- 
eU, Glass, Water, and Milk Pitchers. De- 
canters, Fruit Stands and Plates. Glass Milk- 
Pans, Bitter Cottles, Beer Mug? of different 
styles. Chimneys of every size, plain, thick 
and Brass top, &c. 

Lamps ! Lamps ! Lamps ! 

Anv quantity oi PARLOR, STAND, HAND, 
BRA CKET and S WINGING LA MPS. 
Also a superior lot of LANTERNS AND 
LAMPSIJADES. • 

: B m ^ g ii ^^@ > 

1 

A large and very fine assortment of PAINT, 
VARNISH, HAIR. CLOTHES, TOOTH, 
NAIL, SHOE, SCRUB, FLESH, TABLE, 
WHITE WASH, PASTE, CAMEL HAIR, 
LETTER BOOK, GRAINING and MARK- 
ING BRUSHES. 

Best LIMERICK HOOKS \n endless variety. 

Buell's celebrated TROLLING HOOKS. 

Seagrass, Linen, Cotton and Silk Lines. All 

sizes of Hooks on Gimp and silver wire. Keels, 

Spinners, Floats, and a fine lot of 

CANE AND BAMBOO POLES. 



These Drops are scientlftoally conipouinied 
fluid preparation, and better than any Pills, 
Powders, or Kostruins. Being liquid, their 
action is direct anu positive, rendering tlicm 
a reliable, speedy and certain specific li)r the 
cure of all obstructions and supjircssioiisof 
natui-e. Their popularity is indicated by the 
tact that over 100,(tO'J bottles are ai.nually 
sold and eoiisuiiiud by the ladies of the United 
States, every one of whom speak in the strong- 
est Jeruis of iiraise of their great merits. Tliev 
are rapidly taking the place of every otli.-i 
Female Remedy, and are considered by all 
who ki o V auglit of ihuin, as the surest, safest, 
and most infallible preparation In the world, 
for the cure of all feni.ile complaints, the re- 
moval of all obstructions of nature, and the 
promotion of health, regularity and sticiigth. 
Explicit directions stating when they may bo 
used, and explaining when and why they 
should not, nor could not be used without 
producing effects contrary to nature's ch'^^scn 
laws. Will be found carefully folded aionud 
each bottle, with the written slgnai'iie of 
•John L. Lyos, without which none are genu- 
ine. 

Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 195 Chap- 
el Street, New Haven, Conn., who can be con- 
sulted either personally, or by mail, (enclusing 
stamp,) concerning all private diseases and 
female weaknesses. 

Sold by Drul'gist.^ everywhere. 

C. G. CL.VRK k CO . 
Geii'l As«'nts for the U S. and Can:«di». 

.A. CAJRID. 



We also keep constantly on hand, and for sale 

at the lowest rates of the market, 

and deliver to any part 



Stationery, and every 
variety of 



BowLiN-o Alley.— Mr. Robinson 

, is erecting a building on the corner of 
technical .piestions have been raised, ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^.^^.^^ p,^^^ ^^^ 

but not being a sportsman we have no, ^ ^^^^^^^.^^^ There will be two 

opinion on the subject. "With mal- "• 

ice toward none, with chanty for " 



tracks seventy feet in length. Bowl- 

, , . ing is healty oercise, and we would 

each of the little pomes and their re- ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^ g^. 

[uestions ' - - 

oi difference will be amicabl 
ted. 



spective friends, we trust the questions ;",,,,„ ^ , beer or whiskey 

v adjiis- = ' ° 

shop. 



FREE 

Flaur, 



of the city, 
OF CHARGE 



Feed^ 



Oats and 





Alwavs on hand or procured at order. 



We can furnish every thing desired 



Corn. 



M.vj. Thom, .s M. Newsox.— We 
GtRABD'-sSErRET. — Stephen Girard, jjjjjj^.j.rtantly < niitted to notice that 
than whom no business man ever liv-i our old friend, Ca{»t. Thomas M. New- 

ed, used to sav in his old age : " I j «on, has '>-" '"•^^•^"^'^\^^y;;;^;".,^^" 
' , • ., , 1 .• • Commissary Dt'P!»rtment, lor meriton- 

have always considered advertismg ^^^ ^..^vices. VVhat makes the pro- 
liberally and long to be the great me- ^^j^.^ion all the more tiattering to our 
diuin of success in business, and the old friend of tlie corps editorial, is that 
prelude to wealth. And I have made it was grante*! upon the spont.aneous 
it an invariable rule too, to advertise recominendati >n of the Commissary 

General of Su »sistenee, solely in rec- 
ognition of t le meritorious services 
having ^j. ^ij^jor Nevson, ami was entirely 



Our brand of FA MIL l FLOUR is 
WARRANTED equal to 
any in the country. 



^ e have esUblished a 

WOOD-YARD 



PERFUMERY 

A choice variety. 



in the dullest times, as well as the bus 

iest times, hmg experience 

taught rae that money thus spent is i unsolicited, as it was wholly unexpect 

well laid out ; as bv keeping my busi- ed by him. 

ness continually before the public, it We congratulate ^^'^y^^J*'''''^^ 

, , ' , „ ^. „. T upon this acct ssion of military rank, 

has secured me many sales that I ^J^ ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^^.^ i„ y,,^^^^ 

would otherwise have lost," It any ^e may keep on growing in prosperi- 
of our business men who do not ad- ( v and in the lonors of olficial station. 
vertise wonld take the same sensible — jPresn, '28th. 

view of the question, their goods j — -- ; T „ : p u- » k„ o,.. ,i«, w*.«.k or 

their shclvesJ " The Republican party in the Free ^^^ ^"l^/J^'r^^wtZ 
States must n ake an effort tor ll,qual 



Where wood of all kinds will be keot con- 
stantly on hand, and or sale at 
reasonable prices. 



BAR GES 



would not mould on 

There is nothing more valuable to a 

business man than printer's ink. 



Suffrage in their respective States." — 
Troy Times. 

H. Knot Taylor.— We don't ad. l We respoi d, Amen. Let every 
vise our people to go abroad to do hearty Republican journal add a bell 
their shopping — believing religiously to this chime and we shall set the 
in patronising home institutions, all whole hmdecioing to the peal of Etpial 
things being equal — but if they vill Rights ! 
go to St. Paul, we assure them there 



eek or month, 
ght Wood, Stavea, 
Posts, or other ma- 
t e r ia 1 



ADd 



Jelly Moulds 

Knife, Forks k Spoon Boxes. 
Cake Boxes, round k square Bill Trunks. 

Cash Boxes. Candle Slicks. 

Tea k Coffee Canisters, all sizes. 

Spittoons, 2 kinds. Molasses Cups, 

large k email. 

Pepper Boxes k Flour Boxes, all sizes. 

Match Safes, 6 styles. 

Xurse Laiiip^. Toy Clock Banks. 

Tea Trays — all styles k kinds. 

Childrens' Bath Tubs k Foot Tubs. 

THINGS GENERALLY! 

A Large assortment of Knives k Forks, Butch- 
er Knives and Pocket Knives. 

Table & Tea Spoons, all kinds. 
Shears k Scissors, Sheep shears. 
Tack Hammers, Tack Claws k Tacks all sizes. 
Coffee, Tea k Gravy Straineis. 
Jigger Irons. Can Openers. 

Dinner k House Bells. Brass Hooks 

Best Dixon Stove Polish. Sad Irons 

Sad Iron Stands. 

Chopping Knives, Counter Scales 

Spring Balances and Steelyards. 

\ Shovels with Tongs and without. 

I Halter Chains, Dog Chains, Dog Muzzles, 

DOG COLLARS— ineide of Chain, Brass 

and Leather. 

Charcoal Furnaces. Iron T Kettles, oil sizes 

Iron Wire Cloth. Iron Pols (extra). 

Porcelain Kettles. Enameled sauce Pans. 

Brass Kettles Cistern Pumps. 

Lend Pipe of every size. 

French Tinned Sauce Pans — B sizes. 

Toy Castors. Flesh Forks. Iron Spoons. 

Egg Beaters. Fly Screens, 

SPIDERS- ALL SIZES 

Round Gridles, Iron Tin'd Fry Pans. 
Baby R attles. 

Teas, Coffeei, Spiff*, Sngan, Syrups, M ^4. 

And all Goods perUinidg to the business of a ^^0014. ^ i V ▼ \D9^ 

IWhoiesaie Grocerf 



Hunting Apparatus ! 

GAME BAGS at prices to suit every body. 

Shot-belts and Pouches, Powder Flasks 

of all sizes. 

Gun Wrenches, Eley's Double Water Proof 

central fire. Water-proof and Pistol Caps. 

Eley's lubricated G^in Wads. Wad cutters, 

Dog Whips anJ Calls, Gun tubes. 



Ed'Uur of MtiMugtr : 

In reply to many letters and inquiries from 
people in this section of the country, the un- 
dersigned take great pleasure in savin through 
he columns of your paper, that our renowned 
preparation known as COE S DY.5PErSI.\. 
CURE, is a •ertain care for Dy.spcp^ia, in itd ■ 
worst stages. Many oases of long standing, 
within our own acquaintan^, have been com- 
pietely, and we believe permanently curid. 
It will stop disU'Css after eating aluiost in.itait- 
taneously, and enables the dyspeptic ^vho has 
lived for years upon Graham bread and the 
plainest diet, to cat as heartily as he pleases, 
and any thing he chooses, without danger of 
distress, or souring, or rising on the stomach. 
It is an infallible corrector of indigestion, and 
constipation, creates a healthy appetite, stops 
•iick-headache, heart-burn, sickness at the 
stomach, pains, cramps, ur c-olic in either 
stomach or bowels, and svveetens offensive 
breath, as soon as you take it, and by eaftbling 
the patient to take plenty of hearty iaoii^ 
"which is the parent of health," produces 
vigor, strength and energy. In every trial we 
have known it has speedily eradicated Dyspep- 
sia with all its attendant sufferings, weakness- 
es, debility and loss of power, giving, instead, 
a proper activity and tone to the stomach anil 
organs of digestion, and as we contidontly l>e- 
lieve. and as the published certificates in our 
circulars, almanacs, and in many of the lead- 
ing Journals, from convalescent patients •ill 
cotifrin, completely, permanently, and almost 
miraculously " cure the worst case of Dyspep- 
sia in existence." We warrant it in every in- 
stance It can be obtained at all the Drug 
Stores in the United States and Canadas, ai$t 
per bottle, or six bottles for $5. 

C. G. CLARK k CO., 

' 24 Proprietors, New Haven, Ct 



FOK S^^LE. 



GOLD PENS 

and Holders, new style, for 
Ladies and Gentlemen. 



Stillwater, Aug. 15, 1865, 

L 



The premises lately occupied by the subscrtp- 
ber as a residence, comprising four !t>t&, dvetl- 
ing house and out-building. There is an ex- 
cellent cistern at the door. The premises aro 
well situated, and contain a variety of fruit and 
ornamental trees, currant bushes, Ac. 

For terms apply to Chas. J. Butler, Esq., at 
Butler k Dodd's Warehouse, StJUw**er, or tho 

undersigned at St. Paul. 

S. J. R. MtMILLAiV.. 
Stillwater, Sept. 1865.— S^fU 



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K A L E R I !• 



Wines and Liquors ! 

FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES— WAR- 
RANTED PURE. 

Brandy, Gin, Rum, Old Rye, Old Bourbon, 

Maderia, Port, Catawba, Claret, and 

Malaga Wines. A few baskets 

fine Imperial Champage. 

Painters' Sundries ! 

No. 1 White Lead, dry and in oil, 
25, 10, 5, & 1 lb cans. 
Red Lead in oil, same styles of cans. 
Also Zinc, put up in the same manner. 
Chrome and Paris Green, dry and in oil, 

in one pound cans. 
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue in Oil. 
Zinc Gloss, Copal, Furniture, Japan, Asphal- 
tum. White Demir, and No. 1 
Coach Varnishes. 
Linseed Oils, Boiled and Raw. Turpen- 
tine and Naptha. 

jfRgcellaneous. 

Durkees and Burhctt's Flavoring Extracts. 

Lubin's, Bazin's, Dupont's and Frangapinna's ^^ _^_ _ _ ^ 

Colocnes and Perfumeries. Pomades, Uair j j,,g c„„„,y „f Washington anJ State of Mmmsota iia* 
Oil Klorida Water Pink Sauces, Lily White, U,^eu duly orKaniied nndcr «nd nccrdinp to the r-qulr- 
OlI, Florida water, ma o -^ ^ ' ^^^^^ „,^^^ ^^^ of C.nftre« .ntltM "An An to pro- 

Rouge, Gilt Bottles, tanc) UOlOgiies, ""*"• L-j^^ f^r r National Curr«ncv ».-cured bynpLdReof 

Combs, Port roonnaies, large and small pocket [ u^jte,) giates bonds, and t.. provide foi Uie circulation 
books, Pocket Knives, Shears, Scissors and | and redemption thtm.f approved •';'ne^ Sj-d ISM;.!;^';* 
Points. Stove and Boot Blacking. Pearl-Bar- 
ley, Tapioca, Corn starch. Slates and Slate 



Whiskers. WTkisfccrs, 

Do you want Whiskers or MousUches * vtnr 
Grecian Compound will force them to grow on 
the smoothest face or cnia, or hair on bald, 
heads, in Six Weeks. Priee |1.00. Sent by 
mail an'where, closely sealed, on receipt ot 
price. Address 
WARNER k CO., Box 138, Brooklyn^ N. Y^__ 



TREt?rHV D«PASTM£KT. \ 

Omc*- of the Comptroller of tli.- (farrenry ► 
Washington Arpist9th IStJB ) 
WHEREAS by natUfactory erldencc presented t<> thfl 
undemiifned. it has been made t<i appear that ili'- Flict 
National Bank of Stillwater In the City of Stillwater in 



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to any of the 
points on Lake Saint Croix. 

Stillwater, July 1. 1805— n46 ly. 



J. e. BCKBANK, 
U. C. BI,'RBA.<<K, 



A. H. WtLDBR, 
JNO. L. MERRUM. 



I N C L C D I » O 

TOBA.COO, CIC3-A.TIS, 

Wines, LK|Qors. aod Pure old llvf aod 
BouHmd Whiskb. 

rieMf e»n anl examine thU stock before purrhwlDf . 
CORNER THIRD AND JACK80.N STREETS, 
SAINT PAUL. 
Opposite Merchant's Ilotel. 



BeauFegar< I has been appointed Su- 
perintendent of the Jackson and New 

Orleans Railioad. 




is no better place in the North- West 

to purchase cheap and desirable goods 

than at the splendid establishment of 

H. Knox Taylor, Third street, near the 

bridge. We know whereof we speak. 

Mr, Taylor's stock cannot be excelled. I "^„ the 26th i 1st. by by Rev. J. L. Howell. 

See his advertisement and you will ^r james Ml LVEY and MIRANDA M. ED 

learn what he proposes to do. I WARDS, both >f this city. 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK ^ CO. ^ 

j Storage, Forwarding, 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



A S I> 



MARRIED 



GROCSRS, 

OOKXER LOWER LKVEE AND SIBLEY STREET, 
ST. iwri,, MIN. 



ALL SIZES. 

PARLOR COOK STOVES, 

BOX STOVES, PARLOR STOVES 

SHEET IRON. 

Russia Pipe, Common Pipe, Round Russia 
Elbow, Square do., common do. Sheet Iron 
Thimbles. Camp Kettles, (all sixes.) Sheet 
Iron Pot Covers. 

WOODEN WARE. 

Large and small Chums, 3 hoop pails. Wash 
Boards, Wire sieves, Wooden Bowls, all sizes. 
Well BuckeW, Rolling Pins, Potato Mashers, 
Scrub Brushes, Cutter Ladles, Faucets, new 
stvle, all sises. Lemon Squeezers, Ice Mal- 
lets, Ice Picks, Butter Prints. Large Spoons, 
Brooms, Baskets, Wheel Barrows, 
j And other things too numerous to mention. 

OF KVERT DESCRIPTION, \ 

8l Printers Materials \ -'^^ of ,rhich can he found at the store of 



GUTTER, SECOMBE A CO., 

MANCrACTURERS AND 

Dealers in Paper 



tationery 

22(1 THIRD STREET. ST. PAUL 



(■■»h r»ii r»r Hitir ■•«* r«p*. 



WM. 1 umi 



pencils. Red, Black and Blue Ink. Birdcages. 
Brush Brooms. Fiddle and Guitar strings. Fly 

^^^T A R AND PITCH. 

The Lucesco Carbon Oil, the best oil that is 
manufactured, alwavs on hand ; also Winter 
strained Lard, Whale, Lubricating and Fish 
Oil. 

Connected with our store we have a 

First-Class Soda Fountain ! 

and invite all those who want a G O O D 
Glasti of Soda to give us a call. 

Bottled Soda by the dozen or gross. 
The above comprises a partial list of our 
stock, which we ofier at 
living figures. 
Thanking the public for past favors, We re- 
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same. 

CARLI & CO. 

LAKE HOUSE BUILDING, 
n36 Main Street Stillwater, Min. 



ha» cmplieiiwitli all tho proTl«ion« .'f said A'-t rc<|uir*d 
ti. be coinrlled with before commfucing tUe buiiiuc«« of 
Banking under Haid Act. 

NOW THERKORK I. Freeman Clarke C*iptro..:T of 
the Currency, do hcrt-by cerUly th t * Th.- First Na- 
tional Bank of Stillwater in the City of Siilliratcr In 11 • 
Connty of Wa!»Uin||rton aod State of Minnesota la auth- 
Qri»'"*i t.) comuieuco tUe buslucts of B.inki:;g uud-^r the 
act «for(-«'>ld, ._._.■ 

IN TE8TIMONV WHERKOF wlttK"" my haad aoa 

>al ut office tUiii 9th day of Au>r>i'.t !*>>•). 

FREEMAN CLARKE. 
OomptroUer of ihe Currency. 



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RS. I. RE»I»I03f» 

Has inst received a co:nplet« stw-k of 
FALL. AND >V 1 N T i: R 

HILLXITSP.T aOODfl, 

Consisting or 

Ribbons, Velvets, Flowers, 

HA-Tfil, <ScO. ScG. 

and every thing pertaining to a 
I FIRST-CLASS 

I Millinery Establishment, 

I and offers the same at the lowest cash pric*. 

Grrmtrar'>% Blocks near f»« 
Post Office. iiS im. 



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"1^ C. « It E E X L K A r S' 

Tasliionablo Jewelry Store, 

nllKl' STRKKr, Sr. PALL. 



The '.aJii'* niiJ j;iiulomen of St. Paul and j 
viciuitv An- iiivitid to cull and examine the | 
LAUGEST AND CHOICEST ASSORTMENT 
Of t^t'W SMI«« ol J«'W«'lry, I 

Wa.'cA.*. Clock,, SiU-rr War., J1..le,l War., fHn 
momi 0<MMb. Silrrr 7«i .*/x, ( .../..", CaXe 

th,Hg ^ t^taiuh^ to « Jirst cla^ -Ve-rW-.v <V..r< 
Mv goods were purchased exelusivcly for 
CMb' trum the larpost wholesale houses in th*- 
Union and are for liale ai the 

Xjo-'oc-ost X»xrloos. 

\ll jjoods wavraiuod precisoly as roprc.^eiit- 
ed' Cash paid for old ^old and silrer. A full 
•iipplj of WATCU MATERIALS alwaya on 

harid. 

Agt>nt for Seth Thomas' Clocks, also agent 

for the celebrated 

Farlicular att> luion pal,! to repairing ev.-rv 
e«rription of Watches, Clocks at.d Jewelrv 
a the best possible manner. We luanutaclun- 
kinds of 

HAIR WORK, 



■Or any other pattern of Jewelry, &c.. in our 
lire AH work will be done promptly ni a 
workmanlike manner. «"'!.,^*JJ_*^^„ J";V^ 
ANY OTHER KSFABLISUMLNT IN THlt« 
SECTION l»E TUE COUNTRY. All order, 
by letter or otherwise will receive prompt at- 
tention. . , ... _i 

All kind's of new wheels and new parts Ol 
the watch manufactured for the trade at rea- 
-•onable discuunt. . 

Store in Grcenleafs Block, opposite Concert 
"Hill near the Post l-'ffice. 

87 Iv ^ C GREENLEAF. 



(OJFICIA ..) 

SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS 

1 In pursnance of law. I, Charles Mcllrath 
! Commissioner of the Sute Land Office of th. 
I State of Minnesota, do h reby declare an 
i make known that a pub ic sale o( Scho. 
Unds will be held in th» undermentiom 
I cotitity at the time and pluoe hereinaller dc 
! i'.;nated, to wit : 

I WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

I AT STILI-WATKR, S.VTf RI> vY. OCT. «8th, 1**. 
1 The following d.-*cril>«l trait* .r (-arc.-U ..fland. vi/. : 

I DENMARK-TOWN •. 7. RANGE 2«). 

P«rtof8ec. »««. Aj.d Val. V»l. In. 

s^ „w H Praiiie $» tH' 

I „^ ^^ 16 do ^ 00 

1 nw se 16 do 7 00 

I COTTAGE GROVE-TOV'N 27. RANGE 21 

I ne ne !« P'» le 16 00 

I se ne 1« " » *^ 

whfse 1« •' 6 «> 

nw nw 8« " 8 00 

sw nw Sellmler 10 00 

ne *T.r 8« " 10 00 

Lota 86 •• 10 00 

se sw M •' 8 00 

AFTON— TOWN 28 RANGE SO. 
whfse 1ft Pta fie |5 OO 

WU4.DBURY— TOWN 28, RANGE 21. 
16 Pra rie t» »>0 



ill iiitorc.-l at icv 



II sin iiionlhs lheii'iil'l''r, wil 
n per cent, per anmiin, 

The ottVriiij; of sai.l lands will coinmrnce 
.t 10 o'clock A. M., at the vimi;i1 place ol hold- 
IK court, on the day specifi.-d, and will pro- 
ocd in the order in which they arc advertised, 
iitil all are oftVred No sale will be kept 
pen longer than one day. and no lands will 
e sold except at public sale. 

CHAS McII.KATH. 
Commissioner State Land Olfieo. 



1865. 



1865. 



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railY OF TIE WDM 

Bf/ PhlUp Smith, B. A. 

ONE OF THE PRINCIPAL I'ONTRIBUTORS 
TO THE DICTION ARU- OF GREEK 
AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES, BI- 
OGRAPU Y AND GE- 
G R A P U Y. 



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16 50 3rct 

16 I'r.irie 

NEWPORT— TOWN 2S, RANGE 22. 
ne ne 86 Pr; irie $5 00 

BAYTOWN— TOW> 29, RANGE 20. 



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BRILLIANT, EASY SI/IXIXO, 
Lcutlier Pre^crvlug 

BLACKING 

A Composition of 

NEAT'S FOOT OIL 



^^fRminators 




AND 



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5 
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5 
6 
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5 



Pl«u of the Work. 



Since Sir Walter Rvleigh jolaced his imprisonment !n 
*h« T..««r by the composition of hl« ' History of the 
World •• the Litei»ture of England his never achie».-l 
the work which he left anftmshe.!. There have b.t-n 
« OoiTernal HUtorles," from the bulk of an <n.j cl i*- 
«• w the moJl meagre outline, in which th.- annaU ..t 
.«tch nati.n are •ep.irately recrded ; but without an at- 
t..mpt to trace the sl-ry of Divine Provl.leno and hu- 
man pr..gre*. in one cnnerleJ narrative. It U pro- 
Vo.ea to supply this want hy a w,.,k. condense.! en..n;.h 
to keep it with',, a re»s..nahle Mie, bu- yet *'[•'" '>f '- 
:be free fr -m the b«ldn.-s of an e!.lt..me. The lit.-.at,.re 
«<Gerraanv ^.bounds in history, -such as th..»e nf Mul- 
ler 3ehl..»-er, Karl vn RolKcls. Duncker. »nd others,- 
which at once prove the demand for such a book. an. 
Ornish mo.lel8, in son>e degree, for it. /^^J^f u' "">• Bu , 
*»r<i th.'se irreat wrks iire somewhat deficient In that , 
.»ry<,«.V ua.fy «Ulch i» the chief aim ol thi. " UUtory 

" 'tIw st.irv of mr whjlerace. lik- that of eaeh »fparate 
nation, hai " a beglnninff, a middle, and an end. That 
.•„rv ».-prop..«-. to follow, from its beKiiinniK in the -a- | 
*.red%ecord5. and from the .lawn of f;T"'";»;;;'" '" l^'; j 
Ka«t.-throuKh the 5ucc,-«ive Ori.-nia' Empires.- the ; 
rise of liberty and the perfeetion of heathen polilj.arts 
■Vnd literature i.. Oree.- and R.^me.-the change which 
Zl'd " r the face ..f the world »hen the light of Chns- 
City sprung up.-the ..rigin and first appearance of 
hoie barbarian races which overthnw bollj.livision, ..f 
the R..man Eropire.-annals of the States which r.«e on 
ih. Empires ruins including the picture-q.i;- detiiils ol 
n„diev?;i hi-tory..-ind the -teady progress of m.-tern lib- 
Trty and civlliiation.-and the e.xtensi..n of the|K. influ- 

enJes. bv discov. ry. c..n.,..est '■•;'-""''k" ^.'r.h In » 
tian missions, to the remotest regions. .f the earth. In a 
»v"» iw. separate histories reflect the detached .cenes ..f 
human aeti-n and sulT-ring. our aim is t.. brini: ln«o vi.-w 
th-- several parts which «s-ure.lly from one gr. at wbole, 
moving oiiArds. under th- gui.lance of Div n- Provi- 
dence, to the unknown end ordained in the Divine pur- 

•^"•pains »•»' "-^ 'P*"'' *" ■"*"* ^*''% '''nV17 V^"^^", 

like in^ul«taiice and popular in style. It will be founded 

ontheh.»l:«athoriiies, ancient and mod. rn, original 

and »ee..ndary. The vast pr.gre^ reeeutly m.ide m 

hSitorical and eriiical inv.Htigati..ns, th*- results ob- 

t«!..ed from the modern science of c.n.parative philol.K , ^e nW 

,T and the discoveries which have laid open new soure- „^ ^^ 

es of inf rmation cnceming the Kast. aff.,rd ,uch facil- 

fil^ as to make the present a fit epoch for our undertak j S»^»^ 

"The work will be divided Into three Periods e^veh co«B- \ „e ^ 
gletein ilselt and will form Eight Volumes in De-X j „^ ge 

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" 18 years estauiished in N Y. City. 
" Only irfallihle remedies known." 
" Ereefroin Poison;;." 
" Not dangerous to the Huniiin Family. 
" Rats come out of their holes to die." 

GOSTAR'S RAT, R0ACm7m. EXTERMINATOR 

Is a pa^te — use.l f.>r BiiU. 
Mice. Uimrht* BUirk and 
Rtd AnU. dtc, rfc, dtc. 

*' COSTAR'S" BED BUG EXTERMINATOR 

Is a lii^uld or wnsh. use.l to 
destroy, unil hImi iu a pre- 
veiilive for Be.l-Bugs, tc. 

COSTAR'S ELECTRIC POWDER FOR INS£CTS, 

I» for Mothn. MimquitoM, 
Fleas U .1-Hugn, Ins. cts on 
Plaiitr., Fowls, Auiniiils. A c, 

PURE IVORY BLACK. l^y^SoldbyaU Druggists and retailers ever> 

ty ! ! ! BEWARE ! ! ! of all worthless imita 

Impartino; to BOOT and ; ^ons. ^^^^ ^^^^^^^,^,, ^^^^^ .^ ^_^ ^^^ ^^ 

SHOE LEA IHER the ?Olt- j Uottle, ami Kla.k. before von buv. 

ness and pliancy ot iviu — > j^principai ukpot, 4h- bkoadwav, n. y. 
while with one-+burth the! BTSoidbyCARLi* co. 

labor usually employed in »«^ '^'' D'"««'^'' '^"•^ ^^"''^'"^ '" stiiiw.ter. 
the applications of the or- 
dinary Blackinojs, it produc- 
es a JET BLACK EXAM- 
EL GLOSS, equalled only 
by Patent Leather. 



ILLCOX &r%lBBS 

NOISELESS I FAMILT 

nffiis 



WiU sntcn, BEN. FELL, TICK. COBD. Bllfl 
BRAID QUILT AND EMBROIDKR UEaUTIFOLLY 



It will, wlUi tke riKUT DMdIi snd thmd, niB from pwfKt work 
on til* ilnr.t Naiow>ok. OT.r the hesvlMt b«sv*r cloth sod cow* 
kid., with so Changs of no«dl<,thr«*d nr U»lon. It will uMeoafW 
rotton, tlntn, dlk *nd twin.. It rua. easlrr, fiuter and itlll.r than 
aov othar marhin.*. It furma a flat, aran and alaatic ..am, ditfar- 
ls| fyom a<r.ry uthiir alluh, aach loop balsg Twimo by maau of 

•■d drawlDl Iha twiat Intn tha (oodl, thai weiiraly talttnlog aTsry 
•litrh tn that th. iwini will Mar to b» cut at frruuant IntfrvaU, and I 
In that caa. .Ttn, th. ..ain la warraiitad NOT TO RIP in wear, I 
aad uodar all cirtumslanra. u> ."aurvW. tha waahlub.'* Old, wora 
oat family rarni^nta, bu»'ina, paiita, drpSMa, Ac., haT. baen aab- 
mlltrd to ComiiilttMa at KA1R.S wh.ra waa tha i»ai»T«ar coji- 
rmTi..s, and to THIS STITCH pfaniionia bars bw-n awardad lot I 
IU SUPKKI.lRirY, DURABILITY. Kl-ASTICITT and HEAUTY. 
A Pataotad D.vlr. prrvcnl. th. paaalbility of iba ma.:hin« balag 
ran la tha wrong direction, or the balanc* wbasl avar waarlDf or 
touching tha drvM. 

THE NEEDLE CANNOT BE SET WSONQ, 

nna aroldlug the great trouble of other'machlaea 

NO BKEAKINO OF NEEDL.ES. 

Tlia blade of tb« SMdl* Is Uis thia thns fourths sf an ioth loaf, 
and le itralght 
THK HEMMER AND nELLIRCAN NEVTO BKSBT WRONa 

Any one may adjuet them m tbb oaal. Tha ham may ba of any 
width. No other banimrr or feller la Ilka thit. It tumi tbo hsm 00 
tlia right or under aide aa voii want It. 

IT WILL NOT DROH HTITCIIK8. Ai tha Boadlo la always 
s*t right, tba blade ah.jrt au J atraight, do«i not vibrate, like longer 

It la mn hy aleam at SOOO itltchee per mlniito— olhsi machloM 
atoo)> 4'H) to 1.100, with aatuty. They art 

Manufartured with Mathematical PreclBlon, 

Hance aach part li interchauK«al>le and can be readily replaced la 
eaaa of accident. Tha machine cann-.t b« adjualed hence will not 

R it out of order. It will laat a gpoenitlcm, if properly cared for. 
ooe who ha»e oa«l it can be persuaded to oaeany other. 
Tho roundoeaa. eeeoneaa. durability and beaulv nf Itaatltfh 
^VRRE WEVER EQCAI.EW. 
Ita RAPIDITY. AHSl'LUTESTlLLNESS, EASE OF MOTIOIf, 
Barrowneaa and neatneaa of iu Han and Fbll were NEVER AP- 
PROACHEO by any other machine. W« ran call in any boy or girl 
from the atroM, and with three rainntealnatnictinn they will aet tha 
mawile atucb the Hanunar, or Feller, and do the work with antlra 



HELMBOJLiDS 

PREPARATBONSt 

"HIGm-T CON'(;EN-Tr-AT!^D" COOTOTTND 

FLUID EXTRACT BUCHl 

A positive and Speclflo Kemcdy for dlBesBeg of tUo 
Itl«dder. Kldnrj., Cruvrl . .d nropaiful f-wcllli-t 

This Medleltje Increases the powers of digestion • 
excites the abeorbcnts Into bcaUliy action, by wUtS ; 
matter of calcDrcotis dcpoir.ions. and ull nnnataral t 
mrctments arc rci'.aced, th wcU as p-ln and Inflanunatiot 
and U good for men, women and c'Jll-rcn. 




HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, 



For weakness arlBlng ft-om ExcesBCs, Habits of Dt&t! 
Mon, Early Indiscretion, atteadod with tUo foUov.. 
■>ymptom3 : 



ltiDiic«ota. 



21. 



18 6 5. 

INCREASE OF RATS.— The Far 
mer'a Gnzette (Eiiulish) assfits ami 
proves hy lif»ures that ofie pair <if ^at^ 
will have a pnif/eny and desfeiidaiits m" 
less than 6.51,050 in three years. Now 

] unless this iiiiiiiense t'iniily can be kept 

Sold at Retail by all ili>wn, they wt.uld ronsnme nmre foot! 
n Tj ri r JP T>C:i \ VTi C'/^/Z^A^i than would sustain 65.000 human beings 
Cr/l UCJ^ItO ^l^y Jy o^J ^±J ^:grf-See " CustarV advertisement ii 

DEALERS. 



Orders received by Amer- 
ican Advertising Agency, 
389 Broadway New York 

AXD WHOLESALED AI THE MANl- 
FACTl'RERS DEPOT, 

154 ReadeSt., Xeir York. 



2:3f See " CustarV advertisement in 
this paper. 



1865. 

RATS versus BIRDS.— Whoever en- 
•rnges in shooting small birds is a cruel 
man ; whoever aids in e.xterminatinfi 



The pRBu univ-eraally prononnce thie the Bbrt Family Sewhig 
Machine in the world. Whateear the nierite of the other machinaa. 
It la no dieparaitement to e»y the Wlllcoi A Gibha le worth, for 
iamllv u«a double that of any other eeer offered to the public. 

It rioei»id tha Gold Medal of tha Amarlcaii luatttuta— tha flm 
pramium for 

"THE BEST SEWINC MACHINE." 

Bt the great New England Fair — th. Vermont Slate Fair — the 
Pennevltania Stale Fair - Ihe Indiana Stat. Fair — and 31 other 
rir»t l*rainlunia at the meellnge of Mechanical and SclBOtitc SodMlea 
all o»er the world, are among lie irophiea in 18M. 

It Is BOW the Great Leadlne Kamlly HcwIbk MacbiB* 
ALL OVER THE WORLD. 

Price ol Macl.inee, with hemmer, (.H«r, gauge, oil CBB, «tra 
Bead lee, full direcliona, Ac, from $5» to |liO. 

Barnum's Self-Sewer, for all Scwlag Macblnes, 

Ouldee the work ltaalf,a»oldinglbabeBtpo.lureandetralnonlh«ey«B. 
> Pric SI.&O. Large Diacount to AgenU. 

We take other machine, in eichanire. Weaell Oil,CoTTOI<,8ii.B, 
Twt«T and Naaoi a» for aeery kimi of aawing machine. 

AtiENTS WANTED.-Terma to agenta,. lea. rifllve circular aB* 
■Baclmena of work eent free by mail, on receipt of aurap, or had of— 

La COKHELL & CO., Gen'l Ag'ts, 

m Uke street. CHICAOU. ILL 

M *..-ti:n, 

Aj» t for lYIiiiUfixoUt. 



IndlspoBltlon to Exertloti, 
Loss ot Memory, 
Wealc Serves, 
Horror of Dlseaso, 
Dlmtiess of Vtsioo, 
Hot Hands, 
Dryness of the Skin, 
Cnlversal Labslladc, 



Lob8 of rower, 
Diaicultyct IJteaiUlnB. 
TrcmbllEg, 
tVakefQlncss, 
Pcia la the Kack, 
nashlDg of tUo Cody, 
Erupllons of the T "r.ce, 
ralli.l Coanienance, 



BLOOD! BLOOO! BLOODl 

Helinl>old.'s 

HIOBT.T Cn-'faVTRATWJ COKPOTTSl* 

FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA, 

Forpttrifylng tha Flood, rcBorlng all -^"^^ '=»?;^ 
Uonil rtlcLcs Drie:r.s from an Impure "»»« "[ ">% ^'*^ 
«d the only relinblo .nd cffcotaal tnovrn rcmedytor^ 
^e of Scvoftxla, Scald Uaod. Ealt Kb«°™.J^^ "« 
ewelltoC* cf the Eo=c6. ricoratlona o'^^^^LI^ 
Lega. Blotcbci.nmp'.es on the Face. Tetter, tnilpalaa, 

•nd all acaly Ernpilomi oi the fakln, 

XXD BEArTIf Yi y& TII B CO M T T . mO Jfa 

yOT A FEW 
of tbe worst dtsordt^rs i\>-.: aCict mankind •rt»e from tM 
corniptlon thr.t ucc.i.-nu;.v.efl Iti theUood. Of all the dl»- 
eoTOrios that have been made to purge It out. none can 
equal in ofiectn£i.Mno;.i>'a CoxpotnfP Ef^^°'^ 
sL-ABiLLA. It cleanses and renovates the Blood, In^Oa 
the vigor of health into l!ie eystem.and purges out tha 
humors ^hlch make disease. It etlmnlales the healthr 
ftinctlona of the bo.l j, atd expels the disorders that grow 
andranlilcin the blood. BucU a remedy that coaW b« 
reUcd on has long been sought for, and now, for tie tm 
lime th.; public bavo one on which they can depend. Our 
tpaco here docs not admit of ccrtincates toehow ts effecU. 
bat the trial of a eingle bottle will show to the aick that it 
has its virtues stirpassmg anytbmg they have ever UXta. 
Two tablespootisf ul cf the Extract of SarEaparilla adtlea 
to a pint of water is equal to the Usbon XMct Drink. M« 
one bottle is fully cqti-l to a gallon of the Symp of Ban* 
varllU, or the decociiou as usually made. 



Kuiicular Sjttem. 
These symptoms. If allowed to go on (which this : ■ 
cine invariably removes), soon follow— 

FATLITY, EPILKPTIC FITS. &C., 
moneof whlclt the patient may expire. \r.:o caa -^ 
they are not Uctiuenily followed by those "direful .. 

"**••" INSANITY AND CONStJMPTIO:: ? 

Many are a«arc of the cause of their euncrla.i.bnt no:i 
will confess. The rocor.Uof the insane asylr.ntj and t c 
melancholy deaths by consumption bear ample wIidcss to 
the truth of the aosertlon. 

The Constitution, once affected by organic weaknes? 
reoulrcs the aid of medicine to mrengtben and lavlgora'-i 
[he .stem, which HELMHOLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCC 
lavarlably docs. A trial will convince the most sceptical 





HELMBOLD'S ROSE WASH, 

An excellent Lotion for diseasee arising from hablU of 
dissipation, used In connexion with the Extracu Bnchu 
uad Sarsaparlila, in such dUcascs as recommended. EVl- 
aence of the most responsible and reliable cbaracwr will 
accompany the medicines. Also explicit directions for 
nse, vit/i hundrtdn of thouxands living •witnesses, and vf 
wards of 80.000 nnsoUciiort certificates and recommenda- 
tory letters, many of which are from the highest sourcei, 
Including eminent Physicians, Clergymen, Statesmen. *c. 
The Proprietor has never resorted to their publication la 
the newspapers ; he does not do this from the fact that hla 
articles rank as St-ndard Preparations, and do not need 
to be propped up by certmcates. 

The 'Science of Medicine, like Ihe Doric Column, should 
stand simple, pure, m^estlc, having Fact for its baria, 
InducUoa for Its pillar, and Truth olone for lU CapUlU 



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D. 4T(i. TwoVohiraen. ._.-».. I 

II—MtDiKvtL HisT.'BT, Civil and Ecclesiattieal ; | 

"from the Full of the We-tern Empire to the lak- , 

|iiKotC.wt.tntinople by the Turks, iu A. D. 

14M. Two Volumes. I 

ni_Moi.BRN Hi>TOKT, from the Fsllof the Byiantine i 

Empire t,. our own Time.. Four Volumes. \ 

tt will be pnbll?he.i in 8 t.>1».. 8vo. Price m cloth i 

tlVper v^lSme. ^ 8he«p. W-SO. Halalf Morocco, »&. j 

loENTi wrNTKDiu ALL PARTS of the COUSTRT. j 
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MORTGAGE FORECLOSURK — Wherea.^^ 
default ha? been made in the payment ot 
the money secured hv a certain mortgage exe 
cuted bv William McKusick of Washington 
countv, Minnesota, to Andrew Mackey of Al- 
um in said countv and State, dated the ^^ 
12th day of Februarv A l>. 18:.9, ^ihieh said [ ^^ ^ 
mortgage was recorded m the office of the ^^ ^^ 
Rfgisier of Deeds ot the county of Washington , ^^^ ^^ 
aforesaid in book F ol mortgages, on page 44 
OQ the 15lh day ot Febiuary a. d. 1859, at 10 

A. M. 

And whereas the said mf^rtgage was on the 
18th dav ofSeptetpber, A. D.. 186.5. by the 
siiid Vnllrew Maikev, duly sold and assigned 
to one John McKusiek of said county which | 
said assignment bears dale on that dav, and | 
was recorded in the office of the Regisler i 
of Deeds in and for sai^l county of Wasliington 
on the 19th day of Soptenrhw, 1865, in book 
G of mortg^t^'s, on pages 496 and 497. | 

The amiiunt claimed to be and now due on 
said mortg.ge at the time of thi> first publica 
tion of this notice is the sum of 1563 S.'i. 

Now theie fore notice is hereby given that 
by virtue of the power ot sale contained in 
said mortgage, and iu pursuance of the statute 
In snch case raad«.> and provided, thf said 
mortgage will be forecl^.^ed by tbe sale of the 
premiaeri in said tuort^rig.- described, at public 
auction, bv the Sherifl' of said county at the 
■office of the Sh^-rifT in th.- city of Stillwater, 
•county of Washington, Minnesota, on the first 
day ot November a. b. 18*5, at 12 o'clock 
noon on said day. 

The premises described in said mortgage are 
as fo'tews, via: 

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Roofing 

In Rolls ready to nail down. 

Roofing 

Costing less than halt' as niiich as T 

Eoofing 

More durablo than Tin. 

Hoofing 

mi table for stiop or flat roof; 

Hoofing 

Not, injured \>\ h^.-it or cold. 

Hoofing 

Easily and rapidly applied. 



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/a/«isa benefactor. We shtiuld like 

some of our correspondents to give us I ^jivjs^scasjy 21 Ha Jl ^^^U,TS,W 
the benefit of their experieiioe in driving ojli^w BSm'QX SmI^ w JDSftiHJas 
out these pests. We need .something . . „ 

besides dogs, cats and traps for ibis bta- 
iiH'ss. — Scientific American. 

■»^"S(.-e "Costak's" advertisement 
in this p'per. 

1805. 

"COSTAirs" liAT KXTERMINA 
TOR IS simple, sate and sure — the most 
perfect Rat ification niefting we have ev- 
er attended. Every Rat that can -get it, 
properly prepared according to direc- 
tions, will eat it, and every one that eats 
it will die, generally at some place as 
distant as possible from where the med- 
icine was taken. — Lake Shore, Mich., 
Mirror. 

See " Cobtar's" advertisement in this 
paper. 

1805. 

IIOrSEKEEl'ERS troubled with 
vermin need bu so no longer, if ihey use 
*' CostarV Ext4?rminator. We have 



Inmsny afrccllons pecnllar to Females, the F^bact 
Bccnu is uncqualed by any other remedy, and for an 
complaints incident to the sex, or !n the 

DECLDTE OB CHANGE OF LIFE, 

13^ SlE Stjiptomb abovb. 

^" No Family should be without It. 




XLiasilv mm rapioij jjjij^fuvu. • v.^biahb x:i.\i<i miiiuioi. tic ua>(^ 

The most «tf the materials employed used it to our satisfaction ; and if a box j of FINISH 
in the construction of this Roofing, have cost *5 we would have it. We ^»av^ •„, „,e 

been used in varitms ways for roofing i tried poisons, but they eff.cted nothing; 
purposes for over fifteen years, and our ' but •' Costar's" article knocks the breath 
manner of combininj; them into one fimi, out of Rats, Mice, Roaches and Bed 
impermeable, uniform fabric, secured by Bu^s, quicker thau we can write it. It 
Patent, increases their durability, while is in great denand all over the ct>untry. 
at the same lime being manufactured by —Medina, Ohio, Gazette. 
machinery on a large scale, the cost is j See " CtJSTAR's" advertisement in this 
lessened. Our Roofing is adapted ^ to , paper, 
buildings of all descriptions and in 'aH-j 1805. 

climates, and can ba applied to steep or 



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A VOICE FROM THE FAR WEST \ 
— Speaking of " Oostar's" Rat, Roach, 
&c.. Exterminator — " more grain and 



-w. ......... .-, I r • 

flat roofs «)ld or new and by ordinary 

workmen at a triflng expense. For uni- 

formity cf4t>alityc..mpletene8s..f finish -y;.^^^ ^^^ destroyed annually in 

facility of application, cheapness and j^_^^^ County by verrT-,in than would 

durabilty, we mvitea thorough trial. ^^^^ ^J^ ^^^ ^^.^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ,,_^^,^^ 

We also manufacture | *K,j|er."_Zt,«r«*/er. ms., Herald. 

IjIO,TJHI5 C!EIM[E!N"T3 ' See " Costar's' advertisement in this 

paper. 

186 5. 



The greatest iiiiproveinent yet in the Sewnin 
Machine art. A curios-itv worth seeing. 

Please sentl for cireular with sample of sew- 
ing. 

These Improved Machines save o^•B iicndrku 

pra CKNT. of Thread and Silk, and make the 
LOCK STICK alike on both sides. 

They require no inatruclion to operate per- 
fectly, except " the printed d irection 

No change in sewing from one kind of goods 
to another 

And r.o taking apart to clean or oil. 
Our NEW MANUFACTORY is now con. 
plot©, with all its machinery and tools entirely 
new, and is already rapidly turning out Ma- 
chines which for BEAUTY and PERFECTION 
are not surpas.sed by any manufac- 
ture in the world; 

X. B.— Should any Machine prove unsatia- 

factory, it can bo returned and money refund- 

eJ. 

Agents wanted in counties not canvassed by 

V 

our own agents. 

FIXKL.E & LiYOI^, 

Setvlitg Jfiachine Company, 

No. 638 B R A D W A Y, N E W y R K. 

n 17-12 mos. 




Talce no Balaam, Mercury, or nnpleasant medicine for 
unpleasant and dangerous diseases. 

iiELilBOiiD'S EXTiiAGT BUCHU 

AVD 

Cures Secret Diseases 
la aU thetr stages little expense, little or no change ot 
Alet,no inconTenlencc, and NO EXPOSURE. 



My Extract Earsnparilla Is a Elood Pnrifler ; my rxtrael 
Bnchu Is a Eiuretlc, end will cct as ouch in nil case*. 

Both ore prepared on purely scicntlflo principles— <» 
vacuo— cui nro tlio most active measures of either that 
can be Eide. A ready end cocclnsivo test will be a com- 
parison of their properties with those eel forth in the ftrt- 
lowing vrorka : 

6cc Dirpcnsalory cf the Fnlted Btates. 

See rrofoEeor Dewecs' valuable work* on the Practle* 

of nj7:;lc- ^., 

I 6eo 1 csjarts made by the celebrated Dr. Phtbic, FWU. 
6eo rexi.-ts laado by Dr. r.rnr.Aia McDowau,, a cele- 
liratod rUyBiclcn and Jlcsbcr of the Boyal Collefe of 
EnrgeonB. Ireland, and pu jllslied in the TransacUona ol 
the King and Queen's Journal. 

6eo Jledlco-Chirnrglcal r.cvlew, published by BkmV 
Tbatips, Fellow cf tho Hoyal College of Burgeons. 
6e« most of the late i-ran ^artl t-ctIes on MeUicaxa. 





USE HELMBOLD'S 
EXTRACT BUCHU 

For all affections and diseases of these organs, whether 

EXISTIKG IN MALE OR KE.MAI.K, j 

From whatever catipe orlRlnatlng, and no matter how long 1 
BtttnrtlnB" ^'****'^^ **' ^^^^ organs require thQ »ld of a 

**'°"hELMBOLD'S extract BUCHU 

la the Great Diuretic. 
And it Is certain to have the desired effect In all (Uaeaaet 
far wUch It is recommended. 




SOLD ET ALL PF.UOGIST3 F.VERYWUERB. 
Address letters for infonnatlon, Iu copfldence. to 

B T. ZZTLIttBOLD, 

Clietuist. 

rriiirip'ii De2>ofii— 

Helmbold's Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 
No. 694 BROADWAY, N. Y., 

OB TO 

Helmbold's Medical Depot, 
No. 104 SOUTH TENTi-: ST-, PHILA. 

Beware of Connterfeits 
ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S! 

TA-KE ISO OTHKUI 



For Leaky Tin and Iron Roofs. 

Much cheaper and intire diirablt? than T'*r.»fr't>o ju i u \a 

t.il paint, as it forms a much heavier 1 ARMERS and Houst^kecpers shnu d 

body and will not crack, run or flak. rtH-ol.ct that hundreds ot d.illars w..rh 

_ • ..t (.ram I'n iV lull ilia iV>> H r»> lltiniiallV 



off. 



Compound Cement. 



For Leaky Shinjjle Roofs, Chimneys 
and Skylights. 

A sure remedy that will often save 
the Cost of a nt-w mof. 

Snmples of Roofing ;ind Circulars 
sent by mail upon application. 

Favorable t^rnis made with respon- 
sible parties who buy t<> sell again. 
REA »Y ROOFi:WG CO., 
n4.'> 73 MAI )KN LAKE. N. Y. 



of (Jrain. Provisions. &o., are annually 
destroyed by Rats, Mice, Ants and oth- 
er iiistets and vermin- all of whii;h can 
be prevented by a few dollars worth of 
" C >slarV' Rat, Roach, &ic„ E.xtermina- 
tor, bought and u.sed freely. 

U^^See " Costar's" advertisement in | 

this paper. I 

^^°Sold in Stillwater, Minnesota, I 

I^"By CARLI &i CO., and by all ; 

Druggists and Dealers. 

St. Croix Brewery. 

AT STILWATER, MIN. 



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SwviiiWs Bourbon Biliers : 
Sicain^s Bourbon Bitters / 
Swain^s Baurbon Bitters ! 

A liealthy tonic, Rentle stimulant, and unequal- 
led iiiorniniJ «|ipeti7.'«r. I'repariMl in ripe <ild 
Boiirb'iii. Bciiitt imw used to the exclunion of 
all MthiT Bittirs. in iiiore than titty ITnlti^d 
8t»t<-i< Army //«»//t7</i«, and millions of private 
families, and i" the tiulij popular niedirine 
wlilili liBn lieen rsprcially txttnpttd from 
ttamp tax by the United States (lov.-rnment. 
on the tivunil uf its havinRb'-en adopted as a 
standard remedy by the medical profeosion. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters. 

♦J-They are made of iiKreilients well-known 
and ai,pi..ve.l l.v th. MKDICAL PUnFKS?IOS 
ashavlntf POWERFUL TO.MC PPOI'KRTIES, 
are b..ih pulaiable iind pirasant. with sufficient 
BTKEXGTHKNINO PROPERTIF.S to correct 
the bilhiun derangement ..f the «.vr<tem, and act 
like a charm when taken accurdint: to dlrec- 
ti..n. an a leniedv tor the foll..winK dlxOiweH :— 
INPIOEPTION. " l)V8Pi;P.-:iA, JAUNDICE, 
LIVER AKKE'TIONS LOSS OF APPETITE, 
LOW N ESS OF SPIRIT, SALLOW COMPLEX- 
ION. 



St. Croixfc .llississippistpamboat rompony. I Mr. g. knips would he?; wvp to inform aii . , 

lovers ol oooi). PURE BEER, that he has Swaiu's BourboD Bitters ! 

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The New Light-Draft Steamboa t 

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otilargcd and thoroughly repaired his Brewery, 
and has resumed the manufacture of Beer, with 



MAKINE— TOVN SI. RANGE 20. 



in township (30) thirty north of range (21 ) j^^^ ^ ^,,^ ^ „",•„„ ^^ Timber |7 IM> 



twertv-oiie west in the district of lands sub ' j^g ^ - tl2ofnw 
jevt to i>a)e at Stillwater, late Territory now , ^^^ ^ ^^ ^^ 
State of Minnesota, conuintng IftO acres *c- 1 j^^j ^ , j jj^ 
conling to U. S Government .^Mirvey. , .^ ^^' 

JOHN McKUSICK. Asfignee. ! i^t 8 of sw 
L. E. Thompson. Atty. for Assignee. ,^j j,, ^f ^^ 

Stillwater, Sept. 19tTi. 1865, 



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No Utids will be f^ld for less than their «p- 
nraised value per ac e, and the right is re- 
^ ■ • ' ■ - of the 



greatly increased facilities for carrying on the 
will make regular semi-weekly trips for the business. 

?eai>on between La Cros.«e, Stillwater, and all , j ^^ prepared to furnish to the people o 
intermediate ptyints on the Mi.ssis.-<ippi river. ' , .,, j • • •• .. „„.„ 

Freight and pa^s^-ngers will be carried ^ ^tiHw'^ter and vicinity the very 
ihroupth without re-shipment, at r«'gular rates 



making direct connections with Express trains 
at I^ Crosse and all point*- east. 

The traveling public will find this the short- 
est and most pleasant route to Milwaukee and 
Chicago. 

Shippers will ship via La Cro.sse & Mil. R. 
R., and have their goods marked " Care ot 
Stenmcr Viola, La Oosse." 

June 12, 186>.— n41-20t. 



Jirsf wtrlieU or Beer^ 

in large or small quantities. 

November, 1864.— nlOtf. 



G. KXIPS. 



of\TE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF ^..- r . 

S Washington, ss. - In Probate Court- In ' served to withdraw from market any 

the matter of the estate of Francis Clegg, de- , tracts advertised o, he day of ^ale. , 

*°^ ' I The terms of the ale are such by law, that 

*"Sn reading and filing the petition of A. ' lands designated " 1 imber," seventy dve per | 

E Jackson, Administrator of the estate of '^^n^- «f ^^ P^^^^ T" f Tnnted '^^ Prai ' 
Francis Ctegg late of said countv deceased, du- the titue of sale, wh, e lands denoted Prai- 
fv verified aSd representing that it is oecessa- , ne," only fifteen per cent, of the purchase 
rv to sell alUhe real esUtT of said deceased money will be rcqu. ed. When lands are not 
forthepavmem of debts and expenses of ad- especially valuable 1 >r .timber thereoo. the 



8TATE0F MINNF^OTA. Washington Ootinty,Dli- 

trirt C.urt, First Judicial Di«Tict.— George H. Van 
Slyke, Plaint iff, agaiimt Sarah B. Van Myke. D^end- 
axt. — Summons. 

The State of Minneaota to the above named defend- 
ant, UreetiiiR : 

lU. S. Revenue Stamp, \ 
\ 60 Cents. f 

Ton are hereby sumronn d and required o answer the 
complaint of the plaintiff In the above entitled action, 
which complaint is fllid in the office ol the Clerk of the 



FOR 

HEADACHE, COST IV EN ESS, and kindred dis- 
eas<-9, arisliiK Inni .1 .linorded condition ot the 
Stomach, Liver, or Bow.ls. Let every one try 
these sKreeablu Bitt-ers ; once tried and used, 
they will recomraenil them with confidence to 
all "oth-rs who are in need of a w olesome, 
aEreealile and effectual topic. The rapidly In- 
creasing demand for thene Bitters has induced 
nie to (jive thein piililicity, BO that thousands 
who have not used them, may try them and be 
convinced of thtlr efficacy. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters ! 

^P~LADIE8, who have tried and found mos 
othfr '• 8T0M ACU BITTERS' loo bitter, unpal- 
atable and too highly medicated for their deli- 
cate taste, please give these a trial, and you 
will not lie without them. They will pve lone 
to the stomach, and «trer./th to the whole sys- 
tem «w If V"ur ilruddiat or tradesman has 
not ROt tllESE BITTERS, have him send for 
them. ^f~Bemember the name, and take no 
other. 

Swain's Bourbon Bitters. 



ministration. It is orderud that all persons in 
terested in said estate appear before me at ray 
office ill the citv of Stillwater in said county, 
on the 18th day of Novemlwr next, at 3 o clock 
F H of that dav, to show cause, if any, why a 
license should not be granted to said adminis 
trator for the sale of said real estate 



proportitjn of the i uichase money required 
down is mentioned n the proper column. In 
each case, the bolan .-e of the purchase money 
can be paid any tlin ' thereafter, from time to 
time, within twenty years, at the option of the 
purchaser ; provide* interest iu advance at 
the rate of seven pei cent, pej annum, on the 



OTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OK 

O Washington. 98.— In Probate Co:-t.— In 
the matter of the Estate of John Messinger, 
late of said Countv deceased. 

Upon reading and tiling the petition of So- -— "-i;-;;; ;j-:;,;r„;^onc.;u"nry.'Ht-tVreIity-of8tiV|. | 
phia Messinger of said county, widow ot John ^ ^^^^^ ,„ ,,1^ ^..„„,y ,„., g^,,^, ^^.j ,„ ,erve a copy of i ^_, e„n,p„,i,ion of Dr. Swain's Bitters having 
Messinger, late of said countv deceased, pray- t your amw.r upon the subscriber at hn .ifflce in the ci y ■ •:^^^,,^ ,h,i" t^ro Rh the colunmi of Medical Jour- 
ine that letters of administration upon the es- ' of Haslinns. Dak .t» county. State of Minnea-.U witliln havinu been adopted as a standard rem«ly by 

't-r o?V:id deceased may issue to Joseph E. ^^!J:^:i't:^7:::^:^-^^pfi;, ^ Z^^^'^^Vt^ti:^^^^^^^ 
Schlenk, of said countv, answer the complaint as aforesaid within the time afore- "'"'y"*' °' *'"«'^""' ™ " 

I. :. „-j.....,i ,i.„. uui.t annlipHiinii he heard xaid. the nlaintllT will apply to the court for the reliet "^ p^ q j[ g\vj^i^ Proprietor. 



chlenk, ol said countv, answer the complaint as aforesaid witnin me iime aiore- 

It is ordered that said application be heard said, the plaintiff will apply to the court forthereliet 
and determined before me at my office in the , J^nmnded In tlje ';)^''j,--|^'*-'-^„.y ,,, p,,j„„„. 



Tndtirfurer^ren:r„ot.ce of said Tpiid balance isVid to t e a„t da, ofJune. 

.nXa on and hearing be given to all persons lft«6, and annually hereaiter. ; 

SreS in "aid estate", by publishing a copy Purchase money .ayable m legal tender 

of this order for four successive weeks prior notes. . , , j i.. u .u . I 

"o said d'v Of hearing it. the Stillwater Me»- Persons purehasl. ? lands upon wh ch other > 

B^n4r a weeklv newspaper oublished in said parties have made inprovements. will be re- 

t of VVishincton quired to pav the owner of the same the ap- 

county Ol ' \.,Pj,^^pj.j^ Judge of Probate, praised value of imi rovemeDts, one half to be | 

Pated, Stillwater, Oct. 6. l«-^5. paid «t the time of ^ de. and the balance win, 



city of Stillwater, in said county, on the 5th 
day of November next, at 10 o'clock p. m. of 
that day. 

And it is further ordered, that notice of said 



Residenee Hastingi, MinnesoU. 
DaU'd July 26. 196.'i.— 48 



\TOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP. 

W. S. OORinf AN 



f 875 Broadway. Nev York, 
Orncrs— ^^^ a.uth Water Street, Chieapo. 

C. A. COOK., General Agent for the west 

Chicago. 
Sold at Wholesale in Chicago by Fuller, 
Finch k Fuller ; Bumham ft Van ^h&ack ; 
Chas G. Smith ; Lord & Smith ; J fl Reed & 



application and hearing be given to all persons J^ 

Interested in said estate, by puhli.shing a copy I eldridgx. - , ^has (i Smith ■ Lora s r<iiiiii. ; o « iveeu a 

. ...Jl, ne..p.p?, pa.n.1,.. m cb. ^, cc™. , 'rrrjiror S.iu«.'.t'''.„d r'r; """"• '""^^ fi!^ 

t, ol ""'"^-jl'^^jg g MCRDOCK, i «<K«1=, .1 ■!..- S«" B«P?i »» "'i-ViTN'- 



PETROL. K 1 iTI iPltL, Kxtra 
Quality. 



Fi r sale, wholesale and 
J. A. BATES. 



New Shirt for 

18 5-G. 

The great iiivenlu>n nf the age in 

HOOP SKIRTS- 

J \V BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLEX 
ELLIPTIC (or double) SPRING SKlliT. 

This nvetition consi:*ts of Dnjilcx for twoj 
Elliptic Pure Refined Steel Spring, ing niou^ 
ly liniidcil liirhtly :uid firmly togftlier. iilge t<i 
edge, tiiiikin;; the toughest, niost flexible, el;is 
tic and durable Spring ever used. They sel- 
dom bend or break, like the the Single Springs, 
and consequently piesi'rve their prefect mid 
beautiful Shape more than twice as long as 
ftny Single Spring Skirt that Ever Has or Can 
be made. 

The wtmderful flexibility and great comfort 
and plea,sure to any Ladv wearing the Duplex 
Elliptic Skirt will be experienced particularly 
in all crowded Assemblies, Operas, Carriages, 
Railroad Cars, Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for 
Ptomet-.ttde i^nd House Dress, as the Skirl can 
be folded when in use to occupy a small place 
as easily and convieiiily as a Silk or Muslin 

Dress. 

A Lady having Enjoyed the Pleasure. Com- 
fort and great Convenience of » >aring the Du- 
plex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt lor a single 
day will never aaerwards willingly dispense 
with their us<f. For Children Misses and 
Young Ladies they are superior to all others. 

The Hoops are covered with 2 piv double 
twisted thie.id and will wear twice as long as 
the S.ngle yat-n covering which is used on all 
Single Steel Hoop Skirts. The three bottom 
rods on every Skirt ate also Double Steel, and 
twice or double covered to prevent the cover- 
ing from wearing off the rods whe.. dragging 
down stairs, stone steps, &c., &c., which they 
are constantly subject to when in use. 

All are made of the new :indelefc;ant Corded 
Tapes, and are the best quality in every part 
giving to the wearer the most graceful ami 
perfect Shape possible, and are unquestioabh 
the lightest, most desirable, comfortable and 
economical Skirt ever made. 

West's Bradley & Carv, Proprietors ofth 
Invention, and Sole Manufacturers, U7, Cham 
bers, and 79 & 81 Reade Streets New York. 

F6r Sale in all first-class Stores in this City. 
and throughout the United States and Cana 
da, Havana de Cuba, Mexico. South America, 
and the West Indies. 

Inquire for the Duplex Elliptic (or double) 
Spring Skirt. ^ ^ ^ 



MORTGAGE SALE. 
Whereas, default has been made in the con- 
ditions of a certain indenture of mortgage 
bearing date the third day of .January a. d 
1863, executed by Adam Albrecht, late of the 
countv of Wasliington Minne.'^otii, mortgagor, 
unto Susanna Angelsberg, of the si.me county, 
mort"a<'ee, duly recorded in the offlce ol tbe 
Registe'i' of Deeds in and lor W;i>laiigton coun- 
tv State of Minnesota, on the ISih day of 
March 1863, at 11 o'clock a. m. in book G of 
mortgages, ages 29, ;>1J and :n, upon which 
there is claimed to be due and is d-.:e at the 
d.'te of this notice the sum of 4;l.'\4»82 — being 
for a p-rl of the purchase money of suid prcTu- 
ises. And no suit or proceedings at law have 
been had to leeovcr the amount due thereon 
or any part thcieof : And the said mortgagor, 
I puisuiiiit i« the statute in such case made and 
provided, did waive all his right and equity of 
I rcilcmption in and to said premises except one 
ycatV time, which provision is contained iu 
said mortgage. 

Now iheietore, notice i.^ hereby given that, 

by virtue of a j.ower of sale in said mortgage 

contained, and in (lursuatice of the statute iu 

I such ca.se made and provided, the premises 

described in and covered by said mortgage, to 

" The undivided oneli-ilf part of the south- 
east qiiai ter of the south-east quarter of section 
' thirty [:io] in townsliip No twenty-nine [2ej 
I nortii of range No. twenty (20) west of the 4th 
p.iiieipal meiidian, being in the county of 
Wasliiiiglon aforesaid" — 
I Will be sold at public auction by the Sher- 
ifl of said county at his office in the city of 
Stillwater, Minn., on the 
! 8TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1865, 

at 12 o'clock noon of said day, to the highest 
i bidder, to i>ay the amount due on said tuort- 
I cace. the taxes, costs and expenses of sale. 
SUSANNA ANGELSHERG, 

Mortgagee. 
L. E. Thompson, Att'y for Mortgagee, St. 
Paul. Minn. 

Dated Sept 23. 1865. 

rMIWriction 

W TAKE THI§ METHOD OP 

i iforming my old friends and customers and 
he public generally, that I have 

RE-OPEJTEn, 

at the old stand -SAWYER HOUSE BUILD 
IXG— corner of Myrtle and Second streets, 
Stillwater, where I propose to keep a FULL 
and (JOOD assoitinent of 

GROCERIES, 



TvTyOU WISH TO BE CURED? 
\J DR. BUCH^N'S 

ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS cure, in less than 80 days, 
worst casM of NKRVOUsNESS. Impotency, Premature 
Decay. Seminal Woakneis, Insanity, and all Drinary, 
Sexual and Nervous Affections, no matter from what 
cause produced. Price. One Dollar per box. Sent post- 
paid, by mail, on receipt of an order. One Box will 
nerfect the cure in most cases. Address 
•^ JAMES 8. BCTLER. 

General Agent, 447 Broadway New York. 



SINGER'S FAMILY SEWING BACCINE. 



The undersigned has received the agency o 
the above Machine ior this citj and vinity. 

I will sell them at St Paul prices, thereby 
saving to the purchaser, freight and traveling 
expenses. ^^^ ^ SCULENK. 

Stillwater, Mar 15, 1865.— n3S 



CROCKERY WARE, 

DOxMESTIC DRY GOODS, 
HATS AND CAPS, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

and all articles usually found in a genera] 
Store in this country, which I will sell M 
cheap as the cheapest 

FOR CJ^SH. 

Old Customers and all others are cordially 
invited to call and examine our stock. 

Mr. .lOTHAM LOWELL, so well known to 
all mv old customers, will 4ct as my agent for 
the present, which is a sufficient a88ar*nc« 
that all comers will be well treated. 

WILLIAM TIBBETTS. 
! Stillwater. Oct. 4th, 1866. 



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